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Performance Management (PM) is more than the end of year appraisal. It’s about translating goals into results. Performance Management focuses not only on individual employees, but also on teams, programs, processes and the organization as a whole. A well developed PM program addresses individual and organizational performance matters necessary to properly create and sustain a healthy and effective results-oriented culture. Public agencies have a greater challenge to define and measure results than private sector organizations, whose results are almost exclusively tied to financial goals. Public agencies are also required to comply with complex regulations that govern their performance management programs. Effective PM will help your organization raise individual performance, foster ongoing employee and supervisor development, and increase overall organizational effectiveness.
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