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Jessica has attended:
Introduction to Management course

Introduction To Management

Hi there,

I went on the Intro to Management course at the end of January and gained a lot of really useful information.

Two points for me that I took to my boss was understanding clearly what the company goals were and what his expectations of me were.

Is there an official method or template to use when writing out:
- company goals
- job description
- expectations

All the best,


RE: Introduction To Management

Hi Jess

Thank you for your very interesting question. A good staring point could be the following resource from the CIPD. It provides an overview of Performance Management the tools required to connect

To access the resource you will need to register with the website - this is free.

you may also find some useful links in the associated article on Workforce planning

The website is a very practical resource. For example they have a sample goal setting form which might prove a useful starting point.

For example there is a very detailed section on performance appraisals which again could provide some useful ideas.

I hope this is helpful - let me know if you have any further questions.

Kind regards,

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