Talent and Performance Management
Schedule: Online, Self-Directed
Begin your course on the first Sunday following enrollment.
High-Level Schedule and Milestones
This course consists of 5 weeks of guided learning, each comprising multimedia, interactive modules, curated readings, Monday Discussions, and Saturday Deliverables.
It is expected that you will spend approximately 4-5 hours per week working through these materials and assignments.
Description and Learning Outcomes
Talent and Performance Management play critical roles in the attraction, development and motivation of the top talent needed for your organization. The challenge of managing performance is a critical factor to organizational success. It is the process of ensuring that what people do at work supports the goals and values of the larger organization and contributes to the overall success of the organization.
Human Resources Professionals and managers responsible for implementing or managing performance planning and management will benefit from this course. A comprehensive overview of the performance management process will be outlined with a dedicated focus on enhancing subject matter knowledge, skills, and translating them into a practical application and real-life scenarios.
Key topics include organizational approaches to performance management and type of appraisal systems and programs; implementing and managing performance management program guides, systems, tools, and training; performance evaluation including planning, ongoing performance management, and writing the actual performance appraisal; linking performance and reward systems; and evaluating approaches and effectiveness.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
Strategies for Success
Our Strategies for Success course is the first step in your educational journey. This is a one week course that will familiarize you with our online learning system, to ensure when you begin your certificate program you are ready to learn and fully participate.
For more information, please contact a Program Manager today at EDC@Bryant.edu or 401-232-6200.