Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG) has rolled out a performance management training programme for senior staff with the aim of promoting quality output from the workers.
The month-long nation-wide training will equip directors, supervisors and line managers with the requisite skills for enhanced performance appraisal across the bank.
Facilitated by the Gamey and Gamey Group, a leading Human Resource, Industrial Relations consultancy firm, and led by the Human Capital and Transformation Division of CBG, the virtual training will among other objectives, enable the participants to learn modern performance management techniques, sustainability tools, coaching techniques and how to– optimise team performance, defining and designing performance goals and appraisal..
In his remarks during a brief opening session, the Talent and Succession Officer of CBG, Kumi Peprah, described the training as a critical intervention by the Human Capital Division to ensure that line managers were abreast of modern performance management systems and tools.
That, he believes, would help in building a reliable performance reporting culture to support CBG’s development and sustainability strategies.
“It’s very important to us because going forward this year, we want to build a strong performance culture,” he added.
Lead facilitator, Austin Gamey, welcoming the participants for the first session on Friday, assured them that the training modules have been carefully designed to expose them to advanced knowledge in performance management.
He said using the PULSE framework for instance, will assist participants to appreciate and grasp practical knowledge about the various tools for performance, and how to apply the tools to positively affect the overall performance of a team.
By Benjamin Nana Appiah / adrdaily.com