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Motivating and managing performance is designed to develop managers’ leadership capabilities by developing personal awareness and self-management in order to develop the skills necessary to manage others effectively.The subject examines an evidence-based approach to leading and managing employees by drawing on models of behaviour change along with justice, goal setting and expectancy frameworks for performance management.The subject focuses on the development of interpersonal communication competencies through the use of reflection, experiential activities and case studies.
Intended learning outcomes
At the end of the subject, participants should:
- Be able to diagnose performance problems using diagnostic frameworks and identify appropriate strategies for handling performance issues.
- Be able to develop interpersonal skills to motivate and manage employee performance.
- Use a range of interpersonal skills to relate to others with rapport, and to manage others performance effectively.
·Problem solving and critical thinking skills through consideration of organisational examples and critical appraisals of research and theory;
·Verbal and written communication skills through the analytical presentation of cases and the provision of performance feedback;
·Collaborative learning and reflective skills will be developed by working individually and in groups throughout the subject.Collaborative skills will also be fostered through exercises, role plays, and simulations that are incorporated into the program.Reflective skills will also be developed through the simulation.
.Computer skills will be strengthened through the use of the website and simulations.
Last updated: 2 December 2019