HR Talk: Reinventing Performance Management

Fee
R1800
Venue
Johannesburg
Contact
Belinda Boxall: +27 11 771 4318

"Like many other companies, Deloitte realized that its system for evaluating the work of employees—and then training them, promoting them, and paying them accordingly—was increasingly out of step with its objectives. It searched for something nimbler, real-time, and more individualized—something squarely focused on fueling performance in the future rather than assessing it in the past. The new system will have no cascading objectives, no once-a-year reviews, and no 360-degree-feedback tools. Its hallmarks are speed, agility, one-size-fits-one, and constant learning, all underpinned by a new way of collecting reliable performance data."                                                   Marcus Buckingham & Ashley Goodall, Harvard Business Review Key questions: 
  • Is the traditional once-a-year 350 review efficient and does it provide a transparent view of the rater and ratee?
  • Do you intend to throw in the towel on performance evaluation or have you already?
  • How do you come up with a new way to assess or judge your employee's performance and ultimately make an impact on your business?
  • Is Deloitte onto something? Will it work in your organisation?
  • How exactly did Deloitte change the approach to performance management and reinvent its own performance management process?

Agenda

7.30 am   Registration & arrival snacks

8.30 am   Presentations & dialogue

10.00 am Morning refreshments

10.30 am Presentations & dialogue

12.00 pm Ends

Speakers

Tumelo (Tumi) Seaketso, Partner/Director at Deloitte Consulting is a seasoned Human Capital professional, with over 20 years' experience in Human Capital. She has worked in internal and external client facing (management consulting) roles within the human capital arena.

In an internal role, Tumelo worked at both operational and strategic HR roles, including being part of Manco/ Exco, whilst supporting the leadership team.

As a management consultant, she has worked with private and public sector clients, with her main focus areas around remuneration, talent and performance management consulting, organisational design and change management. She has also consulted in the following human capital disciplines:

  • HR Strategy design and implementation;
  • Workforce planning and transition;
  • Employee brand and value proposition development and implementation;
  • Organisational design and Change management;
  • Talent and Performance Management; and
  • Reward and Data analytics

Belinda Booyens, Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte Consulting, Senior Manager, HC Consulting has over 15 years’ experience across the full spectrum of the Human Resources discipline and extensive experience gained from working in the United Kingdom, South Africa and Rest of Africa in the Human Resources field. Belinda’s HR experience comes from working in both industry and consulting environments. Belinda’s areas of expertise and focus include: Change and Communications Management; Culture Change; HR Target Operating Model and Transformation; Performance Management; Organisation Design; Design, Implementation and Facilitation of training. Belinda holds a B.Com from Unisa and MBA from Deakin, Australia. She is a member of the South Board of People Practices (SABPP). 

Guest speaker - Ditiro Chesalokile, Senior Manager: HC, Royal Bafokeng Holdings 

Moderator -  Prof. Albert Wocke

Albert is a professor and permanent faculty member at the Gordon Institute of Business Science. He has been on the GIBS faculty since 2000, where he joined after a career as a trade union official. As the assistant general secretary: collective bargaining, he headed up the collective bargaining functions of the union and was a founding member of the Public Service Bargaining Council and represented the labour movement in the public finance and Monetary Policy Chamber of Nedlac (the National Economic Development and Labour Advisory Council).

Albert is a recognised researcher with a National Research Foundation (NRF rating of C3) and has published academic and other articles in South Africa and internationally. He is a member of the American Academy of Management and the Academy of International Business and the South African Institute of People Management. He regularly reviews for international and local academic journals.

Since joining GIBS, Albert has taught in the areas of international business strategy and human resources, strategy and organisational behaviour. His current research interests include the process and strategies of emerging market firms going global, the design and impact of HR strategy in multi-national corporations and talent management in emerging markets. He has had papers presented at the American Academy of Management and the Royal Geographic Society and he has taught in Botswana, Kenya, Ghana, the UAE, Hong Kong and Namibia. He consults widely and clients have included MTN, UTI, South African Revenue Services, Zurich Reinsurance, PPC and government departments including Foreign Affairs and Forestry and Water. 

Venue

GIBS campus, 26 Melville Road, Illovo, Sandton, Johannesburg

Fee, group discount, payment & cancellation policy

  • Fee is R1800/p
  • Enquire about group discounts for 5 delegates and more
  • Full payment must be received 2 weeks prior to start of event
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  • Professor Albert Wöcke

    Albert is a professor and permanent faculty member at the Gordon Institute of Business Science. He has been on the GIBS faculty since 2000, where he joined after a career as a trade union official. As the assistant general secretary: collective bargaining, he headed up the collective bargaining functions of the union and was a founding member of the Public Service Bargaining Council and represented the labour movement in the public finance and Monetary Policy Chamber of Nedlac (the National Economic Development and Labour Advisory Council).

    Albert is a recognised researcher with a National Research Foundation (NRF rating of C3) and has published academic and other articles in South Africa and internationally. He is a member of the American Academy of Management and the Academy of International Business and the South African Institute of People Management. He regularly reviews for international and local academic journals.

    Since joining GIBS, Albert has taught in the areas of international business srategy and human resources, strategy and organisational behaviour. His current research interests include the process and strategies of emerging market firms going global, the design and impact of HR strategy in multi-national corporations and talent management in emerging markets. He has had papers presented at the American Academy of Management and the Royal Geographic Society and he has taught in Botswana, Kenya, Ghana, the UAE, Hong Kong and Namibia. He consults widely and clients have included MTN, UTI, South African Revenue Services, Zurich Reinsurance, PPC and government departments including Foreign Affairs and Forestry and Water.

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