Presented by SickKids CCMH Learning Institute
Live webinar: June 3, 2022 | 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST
Facilitator: Abi Sriharan, M.Sc., D.Phil. (Oxon
Performance reviews are intended to motivate employees toward higher levels of performance. Yet, traditional approaches to performance reviews focuses on deficiencies model and on remedial approaches. This can create toxic work cultures, reduce employee motivation, increase burnout and may undermine the relationship between the manager and the employee.
A strengths-based approach can help create a trusting work culture between managers and employees. The session will also address COVID-19 related workforce burnout and online/hybrid work environments.
This highly interactive webinar will provide you with cutting-edge research-based tools and strategies to:
- Create safe environment to have trusting performance conversations
- Cultivate employee’s motivation for optimal engagement
- Facilitate a growth mindset and boost employee performance
This webinar is part of the Management certificate program. Participants may register for any of the certificate program’s individual webinars as a stand-alone training.
Registration fee: $250. Student and group rates are available.
For full program overview and registration details please visit: https://cvent.me/XDrq7a
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More about Abi Sriharan, M.Sc., D.Phil. (Oxon)
Dr. Abi Sriharan is an internationally recognized, award-winning health systems innovation scholar. She frequently consults multinational organizations such as the World Health Organization, the World Federation of Neurology, the European Federation of Neurology, the Pan American Federation of Associations of Medical Schools and international Ministries of Health on health-systems strengthening and human capital strategy. Dr. Sriharan is the Director of Leadership Wellness Lab, a Senior Krembil Fellow at the Krembil Centre for Health Management and Leadership at the Schulich School of Business and tan Assistant Professor and the Director of the Systems Leadership and Innovation Program at the Institute for Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. Dr. Sriharan's current research focuses on compassion-based leadership on work culture, workforce performance and systems innovation.