The Africa HR Forum HR Insights Series 2021 organized in collaboration with the Ministries of Labor and Public Administration of Equatorial Guinea and the African HR Confederation (AHRC) is scheduled for every third Friday of the month is designed to provoke creative thinking, anticipation, and proactive planning among HR and People Management professionals so that they are always ahead of the curve and are not caught unprepared but are always ready for the next required step in their strategic and operational roles in 2021 and beyond.
The 8th Session of the Africa HR Forum HR Insights Series is scheduled for Friday, 20th August 2021 on the topic: “Performance Management Systems Torpedoing – New Ways for Productivity and Engagement” with Dr. Charles Cotter, an independent global Blended Learning Practitioner and Learning & Development (L&D) Strategist, specializing in management training, with over 20 years’ industry experience in global talent development. Since 2004, he has offered training programmes (online & F2F) and L&D management consultation services in a vast array of disciplines ranging from management; (strategic) HRM; (strategic) L&D; business communication to soft skills for over 159 companies in multiple industries, in both the public and private sectors, in 17 different countries. Dr. Charles has also offered public training programs for over 71 reputable local and international training and conference/events companies. Prior to 2004, he was a Training Programme Manager for a 4-year time period at the CTMM, targeting the training needs from supervisory to senior management levels. Prior to this position, he was an Assistant Director: Logistics Management at the CCP.
Dr. Charles Cotter will analyze the following during the session;
- Diagnosis and gap analysis of current organisational Performance Management Systems (PMS)
- Review of current global PMS best practice principles and processes
- Unpacking the criteria of a High Performing Organisational (HiPO) culture
- Applying Dr. Cotter’s L-A-D-I-O framework (2019) to stimulate and boost the KPA, workforce productivity
- Human Resource Management performance metrics (KPI’s) to measure and report workforce productivity in the HRM Scorecard
- Diagnosis and gap analysis of current organisational Employee Engagement levels
- Unpacking the best practice strategies to enhance Employee Engagement levels
To participate in this month’s session, click on the link below to register;