Rescheduled: Improving the Performance of Government Employees – Webinar and Free Book

I was originally scheduled to conduct a free webinar on my book, Improving the Performance of Government Employees for the AMA on October 31st. However, due to the hurricane, it has been rescheduled to November 14th at 12:00 PM EST. Listed below is the applicable information. Note that the website currently shows that the event has been postponed but ignore this, as that remark will shortly be retracted. The webinar will go on at the date/time shown above and below:
Here is the link to listen to the webinar and download the book followed by additional information regarding it:
Improving the Performance of Government Employees
Date of Event:Nov 14, 2012 Time:12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST Fee:Complimentary Meeting Number:17795-00001
Attending this Webcast is free. Registration is required. Sign-up for your Free MyAMA account now or call 1-800-262-9699.

Motivate Your Employees to Achieve Tangible Results
Getting the most out of employees in government offices is one of the legendary challenges. With an emphasis, it seems, on protocols and processes rather than on results, government offices have often been regarded as bastions of mediocrity, havens for substandard performers, and places where rule number one is cover your…self.
In addtion, you’ll discover strategies you can use to help recruit, train, retain, motivate, and reward excellent employees, along with holding them accountable for their department’s successes and failures.

What You Will Learn

Based upon the presenter’s 37 years as an employee, supervisor, senior executive, author, teacher and consultant to government, this presentation will show:
  • How to set up an integrated system of performance management
  • How to write effective performance standards
  • How to effectively track, display and share performance information
  • How and when to give feedback
  • How to deal with poor performers and reward outstanding ones
  • How to establish a performance-driven culture
While attending this program is FREE, reservations are required.

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