The UN is seeking to establish a culture of accountability and empowerment built on ongoing and meaningful performance conversations to help the UN to better deliver on its mission. Performance management is an accountability tool that helps us plan, assign, monitor, and evaluate work, but it cannot exist without a facilitative leader, a collaborative team, development-minded individuals, and trust and psychological safety.
Effective performance management is a continuous, holistic approach to engaging everyone in a collaborative and agile process, to improve Staff Members and their performance in line with the Organisation’s objectives. Your performance matters!
This course helps participants to get familiar with the UN's approach to performance management, which is more flexible and involves continuous feedback and regular conversations between staff, the Reporting Officer and other staff. Participation in this Performance Management Basics course is required for all staff with supervisory roles.
At the end of the course, you should be able to: