Webinar: HR Answers Giving Performance Feedback
Multifamily NW Welcomes: Laurie Grenya, SPHR, HR Answers (0035)
Performance Feedback is one of those topics that every supervisor and manager must get comfortable with. The happy news is performance feedback is largely reinforcement of positive outcomes and occasionally the need to ask for something to improve or change. However, regardless of the reason for feedback, performance feedback can only be heard if delivered in a way that works for the employee. In other words, how you communicate the message is the key to success. Let’s be real, no employee would respond well to something like: “We thought you were in over your head and you’ve proven it. We need you to do better.” (Yes, a real statement made by a supervisor). However, something like “I have noticed this [enter specific task] seems to be difficult for you. What could we do to make this easier?” In this webinar we will discuss the larger picture of performance management, the continual process of performance feedback, and different types of communication styles. We look forward to seeing you and a great discussion.
Multifamily NW Welcomes: Laurie Grenya, SPHR, HR Answers
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Multifamily NW Welcomes
Laurie Grenya, SPHR, Co-President,
Laurie possesses over 20 years of Human Resources experience. She has extensive knowledge and understanding of compensation, compliance and Human Resource management for all sizes of organizations. Laurie’s skills include salary surveys, classification and position description development, Human Resource system management, project planning, training, staffing and recruitment, organizational design, labor contract negotiations, interest arbitration and mediation. Laurie has extensive experience working with executive, management and staff in group settings and one-on-one meetings to explain and exchange information or facilitate discussions. Laurie has a passion for effective management and has a keen eye for alternative solutions within best practice and acceptable risk.