Classroom Training: Performance Management for an Engaged Workforce

Classroom Training: Performance Management for an Engaged Workforce

Performance Management for an Engaged Workforce (McMinnville)

Presented by Christine Thelen

Effective performance management is critical to business success and involves much more than just the annual review cycle. When poor performance issues arise, they bring down productivity, disrupt operations, and pollute employee morale.

This interactive training will discuss the components of a well-rounded approach to performance management that includes best practices for providing ongoing feedback as well as ways to make the dreaded written performance review more effective and easier to administer.

The session will also cover effective strategies for addressing employee performance issues in the workplace, including common root causes, pitfalls to avoid, and proven methods for reducing legal risks when addressing performance issues.


Learning Objectives

  • Understand the critical components of performance management and preparing written reviews.
  • Identify methods for setting clear performance expectations and providing ongoing feedback.
  • Understand and be able to recognize common causes of poor performance and best practices for addressing them.
  • Explore proven methods for reducing legal risks when addressing performance issues.


Who Should Attend

  • Supervisors/Managers
  • Business Leaders
  • HR Professionals


Event Details

Date: Thursday, August 20, 2015
Time: 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Location: Linfield College
HRCI: 3 Credits
SHRM: 3 Credits
Cost: $65

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Christine Thelen, Manager, HR Services

Christine Thelen is the Manager of HR Services at Trupp HR, a human resources company that provides HR consulting services, HR outsourcing, recruiting, and leadership development solutions for small to mid-sized organizations in the greater Portland-Vancouver metro area.

Christine has extensive experience assisting clients with the drafting and implementation of compliant HR policy, providing training and counsel, and a strong focus on employment law. Her portfolio includes managing and training employees and supervisors on policies and procedures, and providing practical legal advice and guidance on employment law for a variety of organizations. Christine’s background has contributed to a firm understanding of business operations and the ability to advise organizations on developing and implementing policy and process improvements.

Christine graduated from Temple University – James E. Beasley School of Law with a Doctor of Law (JD). Her undergraduate work includes a BA in Government and Economics from Claremont McKenna College.

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