Performance Management: Definition & Process


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A manager communicating with one of his employees about expectations, objectives, goals, feedback, and associated results is known as _____.

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1. Which of the following is NOT one of the steps in the performance management process?

2. Maggie is Laura's supervisor, and they work for a company that creates continuing education programs for engineers. During a meeting with Laura, Maggie discusses how the training industry is becoming more competitive, and thus, she will need Laura to work with subject matter experts in the automotive industry to create 15 new courses that are geared toward engineers who are graduating and are being hired by large companies, such as General Motors and Ford. Which stage of the performance management process is this conversation taking place?

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These assessment tools can help you delve deeper into the concept of performance management. Finish working through the worksheet, and then complete a corresponding quiz at the end to see what you retained about performance management. To do well, you'll need to be familiar with the steps of the performance management process.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The purpose of these assessments is to help you review:

  • The communication between a manager and an employee to discuss expectations and goals
  • The step in which the manager lets the employee know what's expected of them
  • When a manager decides an employee needs additional training

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained regarding the number of steps involved in the performance management process
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important details from the related lesson on performance management
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about what the steps in the performance management process entail

Additional Learning

Go over more information about performance management by taking advantage of the lesson called Performance Management: Definition & Process. You can complete these objectives by working through the lesson:

  • Understand what performance management is
  • Identify the steps involved in performance management
  • Examine the importance of performance management for managers and employees