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Course overview

At the core of every successful team is a way to measure performance, celebrate wins, recognise areas of improvement, and act upon those.

Welcome to Manage Team Performance. We’re delighted to be sharing this learning journey with you.

The aim of this course is to give leaders, or emerging leaders, a line of sight between individual performance, team performance, and organisational performance. This course also aims to explore the role of performance management frameworks and practices. We’ll delve into how feedback and coaching are central to creating a culture of high performance, explore how to reward achievement, and address how to manage performance issues using evidence-based methods.

What will you learn?

Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • identify the link between organisational performance and individual performance
  • evaluate the quality and effectiveness of objectives aligned with organisational goals
  • describe principles for giving meaningful feedback and coaching to employees
  • identify appropriate strategies for measuring success and handling improvements.

What’s this course about?

This course is designed to help you manage your team’s performance through effective goal-setting. You’ll explore the principles and techniques for giving meaningful feedback and coaching team members. By the end of this course, you’ll be better equipped to measure the performance of your team and align their individual success with the organisation’s.

You’ll learn how to use tools and frameworks to improve your team’s performance.

This course is focused on the big question:

How do I set goals and monitor my team’s performance whilst identifying areas of improvement and rewarding excellent performance?

Share your thoughts

In the comments section below, share how you’re hoping to transform your business or your relationship with your team. Is there anything specific that you’re hoping to learn from this course?

The University wishes to acknowledge the Kaurna people, the original custodians of the Adelaide Plains and the land on which the University of Adelaide’s campuses at North Terrace, Waite, and Roseworthy are built.

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