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2020Wed19Aug11:00 AM1:00 PMFeaturedE-Training: Performance Management and Staff Well-Being in a Remote Management Context11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Theme:Quality and Accountability,COVID-19Type:TrainingRegister here
August 19(Wednesday) 11:00am - August 19(Wednesday) 1:00pm
Basic Information: When: Session 1: 19 August 2020; Session 2: TBC What time: 11AM Where: Online link to the webinar will be shared with shortlisted participants via email How long: 120 minutes Who is it for: The first
When: Session 1: 19 August 2020; Session 2: TBC
What time: 11AM
Where: Online link to the webinar will be shared with shortlisted participants via email
How long: 120 minutes
Who is it for: The first e-training is for Human Resource Practitioners working with local NGOs based in Pakistan only
Language: English (Good understanding of English language is must)
At the heart of performance management is the belief that every staff should contribute to the organisation mission and goal. When the team is remote it is harder to measure their results. Some organisations are uncertain on how to manage their performance management process. Some organisations are deciding if performance reviews should be abandoned, adapted, postponed or continued as it was.
Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) commitment 8 on staff competency states that communities and people affected by crisis receive the assistance they require from competent and well-managed staff and volunteers. In achieving this commitment organisation has a responsibility to ensure staff are supported to do their job effectively and treated fairly and equitably. This includes the responsibility of ensuring staff security and well-being is taken care of. Organisation has a duty of care towards the staff. This could be even more challenging in the current context.
There will be two interactive webinar sessions that will help explore;
In addition to the interactive webinars, participants will have the options of two mentoring sessions with the Facilitator.
Ms. Uma Narayanan, specializes in human resources, organisational development and accountability for medium to large-scale organizations in the humanitarian sector. Ms. Narayanan has a background in International Organizational and Systems Development and worked as an Organization Development and Human Resources practitioner mostly in Southeast Asia and South Asia, for more than a decade. In her OD capacity, she has carried out numerous assignments on program reviews, evaluations and organizational assessments.
Ms. Narayanan is committed to quality and accountability and is a Sphere and Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) trainer and advisor. She also assists organisations in conducting HR related and Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) related investigations. As an accredited associate executive coach, she has added coaching of middle and senior management as part of her portfolio.