Train the Trainer

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TRAINING MODULE LAYOUT
Training module number :1
Title: Importance of feedback in performance management WHAT | HOW | DAY 1INTRODUCTIONPEN IT DOWN : WHO ARE YOU?ACTIVITY 1:DARE TO SHARE 1ACTIVITY 2:CATCH THE BALL INTO THE BASKETACTIVITY 3: A PRESENTATION ON FEEDBACK MECHANISM AND IT’S IMPORTANCE.ACTIVITY 4:WRAP IT UP!.DAY 2:QUICK REVISIONACTIVITY 1:DARE TO SHARE 2. | Introduction of the trainer and the training need is very much essential for an effective training programme. * Welcome the audience. * Introduction session wherein the trainer will introduce himself formally. * Engage people a bit by asking them to guess what could be that day’s training need . * Then introduce the training need to the audience using a video (showing importance of effective feedback mechanism in managing performance in a an organisation)As the audience is large, we can ask all the managers to write their names and the department they belong to on a piece of paper, so that a fishbowl draw can be done to call people out for participation, when ever it’s required throughout the training programme . Call 10 people from the audience using fishbowl draw, and ask them to share their experience as a manager and how easy or difficult it has been for them to manage the performance of their employees. This will actually bring into picture the various problems that a manager faces in managing the performance of his employees.This activity will basically make the audience aware that how a proper feedback/guidance can help an employee meet his personal as well as organizational targets in a better manner and how can they play their part in this success by giving a proper feedback.This is to formally introduce the topic to the managers and make them aware of : * Why is feed back…...

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