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Discussing Performance
Program length: 20:00

Meet Rob and Claire. Rob is Claire's supervisor, and needs to have a performance feedback discussion with Claire. The scene begins with Rob and Claire having a disastrous meeting. Our performance discussion expert, Sam, shows us the correct way to ensure a successful meeting, with productive outcomes.

Whether you're a beginner, raw at conducting performance feedback discussions or you've been doing them for years, this video will help your meetings become more focused, productive and worthwhile. The key to the video program is that it shows both sides of discussing performance.

Participants will learn:

  • The value of focusing on outcomes & results
  • To take on contentious issues
  • To encourage self-appraisal & self-evaluation
  • To give positive feedback & input
  • To work collaboratively to establish goals
  • To motivate both parties to develop professionally

Also Available:
Positive Discipline
Painless Performance Improvement

Languages Available (sold separately): English, Spanish (dubbed), French (subtitled)

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Discussing Performance
reviewed by 1 people
    Trainer - Professional Trainer
I like the creative approach and the way the wrong scenarios were corrected. The scenario that was weaved throughout the program reinforces the learning by illustrating the process in its entirety.

  • Creative radio interview format
  • Realistic scenario weaved throughout the program reinforces the learning.
  • Too much information -- a lot to remember.