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    Performance Management

    Date: December 20, 2019, 7:45am – 9:45am
    Cumberland Valley SHRM Chapter
    Homewood Suites
    1650 Pullman Lane
    Hagerstown, Maryland 21740
    $20.00 MEMBERS $25.00 Non Members (Guests or individuals who have not paid 2019 dues), all of our event fees are non-refundable
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    7:45 am -8:15 am - Registration/ Breakfast/ Networking

    8:15 am - 8:30 am  - CVSHRM Update

    8:30 am-  9:30 am -  Program 

    9:30 am- 9:45 am - Question and Answer

    Your Employees Hate Your Performance Review: What to do about it

    Performance management can, and should, provide a process that helps your employees grow from ongoing feedback, reinforcement of excellent work and corrective action for sub-par performance. However, many employers are using ineffective forms, rating scales and systems that have been in place for decades. These same tools have little impact on changing employee behaviors and even less on employee engagement and retention. There is a better way!

    During this presentation, you’ll hear about performance management trends that are working. Your organization doesn’t have to eliminate performance reviews, but the way you think about them needs to change. In this session, you’ll learn:

    1.       Questions that open dialogue between managers and employees;

    2.       The stop, start, continue approach to managing employee behaviors; and

    3.       How to define high performance for your organization


    Amanda Haddaway's Biography:

    Amanda Haddaway is the managing director and lead consultant and trainer for HR Answerbox. Amanda has nearly 40,000 hours of experience in human resources and she specializes in resolving difficult employee relations situations, designing and facilitating interactive training solutions and advising small businesses on how to effectively manage their human capital.

    She holds the two highest professional certifications in human resources, SPHR and SHRM-SCP, as well as a Master of Jurisprudence degree in Labor and Employment Law from Tulane University Law School, a Master’s degree from George Washington University and a Bachelor’s degree from James Madison University.

    Additionally, Amanda is a national speaker and a published author of two books and numerous articles. She serves as the director for the Maryland SHRM State and as a trainer for the Society for Human Resource Management.