[Blueboard] Performance and Rewards Management
admuhrc at admu.edu.ph
admuhrc at admu.edu.ph
Wed Jul 3 10:19:08 PHT 2002
The Ateneo Human Resources Center is inviting the community to our program
offering this July. For interested parties, feel free to email at
admuhrc at admu.edu.ph or call 426-5931 / 426-6001 loc. 5263.
Also, we are requesting everyone to view our website at ateneohrc.org. The site
is still under construction but suggestions and inputs are most welcome.
Thanks very much and hope to see you in our programs!
Programs Dev't Officer
CERTIFICATE IN PERFORMANCE AND REWARDS MANAGEMENT
July 17-19, 25-26, 31-Aug. 2, 2002
HRC Trng. Rm., 2/F Höffner Bldg., SDC, ADMU, Loyola Hts., Q.C.
An eight-day workshop designed to provide HR professionals with the skills in
designing and implementing a Strategic Performance and Rewards Management
Program in their respective organizations.
Module I: Determining the Organizational Anchors of PRM
This introductory module presents a strategic perspective of Human Resource
Management focusing on the importance of reviewing the companys mission and
vision as a first step to any organizational intervention. Learners will also
be taught how to use the balanced scorecard - an analysis technique designed to
translate mission and business strategies into quantifiable goals. Participants
will also learn the skill of identifying core competencies as bases for
developing an effective PMS geared towards employee development company growth.
Module II: Performance Management
The next segment covers three phases in a Performance Management System:
Performance Planning learners will be guided to come up with specific
performance targets based on a particular job description or role profile;
Performance Evaluation participants will be presented with different methods
of assessing performance and their respective biases and pitfalls;
Employee Coaching through role-playing, this section will equip participants
with skills in active listening to aid them in conducting an effective
At the end of this module, participants are expected to design a Performance
Management System for their organization.
Module III: Rewards Management
Learners will be exposed to the different traditional and non-traditional kinds
of rewards systems which will aid them in formulating the most suitable rewards
scheme for their organization. At the end of this module, participants are
expected to present a proposed Reward System for their organization.
Cost: P20,000 for corporate clients
P18,000 for government, academe & non-profit organizations
Discounts: 5% early bird discount (deposits made 2 wks before training)
10% discount for every program attended within the calendar year
10% corporate discount for every third person sent to the program
NOTE: Program fees include participant materials, lunch and snacks.
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