Paul Boston presents Innovative Employee Engagement To Boost Performance

Paul Boston presents Innovative Employee Engagement To Boost Performance November 25 & 26, 2014, Toronto | Reinventing Performance Management

Topic Brief

Through employee engagement, your company can sustain a higher level of individual commitment and productivity that will contribute to improving your bottom line. This session looks innovative employee engagement practices to boost performance



Paul Boston is the President of Actus Performance Inc., a human high-performance development firm located in Toronto.


Course Highlights

  • Examine the latest trends and future direction for performance management
  • Explore the latest tools for tying employee performance to corporate performance to ensure organizational alignment
  • See how to redesign incentives to drive productivity & engagement in today’s work environment
  • Learn how the latest technology can support PM strategies
  • Uncover innovative ways to identify, engage and retain high performers
  • Look at best practices for designing an effective performance management system & processes
  • See tips for building a high performing workforce in your organization


Event’s Topics

  • Performance Management: Latest Trends
  • Linking Individual Performance to Organizational Objectives
  • Redesigning Incentives To Drive Productivity & Engagement
  • Technology In Supporting PM Strategies
  • Identifying & Developing High Performers
  • Measuring the maturity of your performance management process
  • Role Of Employee Evaluations & Metrics
  • Designing An Effective Performance Management System & Processes
  • Developing A High Performing Workforce
  • Innovative Employee Engagement To Boost Performance



Coaching & Feedback: Driving PerformanceCoaching is key component of performance management as it provides employees with the direction, guidance and support that is required to clarify job responsibilities & behaviours, align personal & team goals with organizational strategy, and improve productivity. This workshop will explore best practices for providing coaching and feedback to drive performance.

  • Differences between coaching and monitoring
  • Developing a coaching program
  • Best practices for providing feedback and praise
  • Fitting coaching into the schedule
  • Developing the business case for coaching

Participating Organizations

Actus Performance Inc. AGF Management Limited Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto City of Kingston College of Nurses of Ontario Epiphane Consulting and HR-Doctors Granite Global Solutions Indigo my HR coach OCG Strategy and Organization Consulting Revera Inc. Spectrum Organizational Development Inc. Strategic Action Group Ltd. Toyota Canada Inc


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