Virtual Role-Play Practice and Feedback to Develop Performance Management Skills
Virtual Role-Play Practice and Feedback to Develop Performance
Ø Growing revolt against traditional Performance Management and
a move to eliminate performance ratings, appraisal forms, calibration sessions,
Ø Given the trend, how can leaders best manage talent and performance?
Ø In this session, I will assert and encourage that the answer lies in:
…the value and importance of regular, candid performance-based feedback
discussions between employees and managers
…efforts to improve the frequency, impact, clarity, and comfort
(for both manager and employee) of such discussions
Ø Specifically, this session will highlight an approach that can maximize
the value and achieve the core objectives of performance management
systems by providing real-time practice and feedback on conducting
Brian J. Ruggeberg, Ph.D. is a Partner with Aon. He has over 25 years of consulting experience and has been involved in the development and implementation of various talent management, assessment and selection, leadership assessment and development, performance management, and training programs. Brian has experience in several different industry sectors and his areas of expertise include: job analysis and competency modeling; design and validation of assessment and selection programs; design, conduct, and evaluation of training programs; design and implementation of performance management/appraisal systems; survey design and conduct; leadership assessment and development, and executive coaching.
Brian has extensive experience in designing and implementing performance management systems for leading organizations as well as designing and implementing training and development programs aimed at maximizing the effectiveness and value of the systems and the comfort and proficiency of the managers in using them.
Brian graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Psychology from Cornell College and has an M.S. in Psychology and a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Old Dominion University. Brian is an active member of the Society for Industrial-Organization Psychology (SIOP), and was the 2002-2003 President of the Metropolitan New York Association of Applied Psychology (METRO). He is also a founding member of the I-O Corporate Advisory Board for Hofstra University and the Corporate Advisory Board for Farmingdale State College SUNY, has contributed to various book chapters and journal articles, and has conducted more than 50 presentations at professional conferences.
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