Pre-Conference Workshops – Tuesday, November 3, 2015 – 8 am to 4 pm
Conference – Tuesday, November 3, 2015 – start time: 5 pm
The Westin Montreal Hotel – Montreal, Québec
1 day pre-conference workshops – Tuesday, November 3, 2015
FNHMA offers two pre-conference workshops. These pre-conference workshops are not included in the conference activities. If you would like to attend one of the two workshops, you must register and pay separately to the conference. Please see information below.
Pre-Conference Workshop A
Use of Management Tools – Human Resources
This one-day workshop will focus on tools to help understand and upgrade human resources policies and practices The workshop is a blend of large group activities, small group discussions, and individual work. Using an interactive approach that supports the First Nations Health Managers Association Competency Framework, this workshop will help participants achieve the following objectives:
Participants will understand the key elements of human resource management and their relationship to the development, delivery and evaluation of First Nation Health Services.
Participants will be able to apply human resource management tools enabling them to work with people, manage change and improve HR recruitment, retention and performance evaluation activities.
The workshop objectives will assist you to enhance your capacity to address ever increasing complex situations in human resource management.
Pre-Conference Workshop B
How employees perform is critical to an organization’s success, yet we often fail to monitor their progress on a regular basis. Few managers have confidence in the effectiveness of their performance management system, or even have a consistent approach to performance appraisals.
And it’s not just managers who are frustrated. Employees may also be dissatisfied with a system that provides them inconsistent or unstructured feedback, often finding it ‘confusing’.
If this sounds familiar, this hands-on learning workshop is for you! In this one-day workshop, you will:
Discuss the value and relevance of a performance management framework;
Learn the elements of a performance management framework based on the best practices of high performing organizations;
Go through the steps of creating a performance management framework;
Understand the practices and processes for implementing a performance management framework;
Explore how to overcome challenges in implementing a performance management framework; and
Take home tools to help you
A performance management framework will guide performance appraisals and will help you:
Detect and eliminate barriers to effective performance;
Identify issues that may cause employees to leave;
Focus employee efforts in the right direction;
Motivate employees to work towards important goals;
Help employees develop skills and competencies necessary to achieve organizational objectives;
Celebrate employee successes.
First Nations Health Managers know that monitoring employee performance and providing feedback is important. A well-designed performance management system will improve employee morale and commitment and increase your organization’s effectiveness in providing services to your community.
This is your opportunity to learn and apply best practices in performance management with a group of your peers. High performing First Nation Health Managers are already implementing performance management frameworks – Are you ready to take your organization to the next level?
Register today for one of the 2 pre-conference workshops.
Click here to download a copy of the registration form in PDF format.
The pre-conference workshops and the conference will be held at The Westin Montreal. A reserved block of rooms is being held at a rate of $189 for a standard room in single or double occupancy. RESERVE NOW by calling 1 (866) 837-4262 – please refer to the FNHMA Conference 2015 block of rooms.
If you have any questions about the pre-conference workshops or the conference, please contact the FNHMA conference secretariat by email at email@example.com.
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