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Managing our Bias in Performance Reviews with Tra Williams

  • 15 Jun 2012
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • First Interstate Bank Tower, 401 North 31st Street, Billings, MTl

Registration

  • Active Chapter Members pay $12 to attend monthly learning events. Cash or Check Payment will be collected upon arrival.
  • Active Chapter Members pay $12 to attend monthly events. There is a .50 online processing fee.
  • Attendees who are not Active Chapter Members pay $17 to attend monthly meetings. Cash or Check Payment will be collected upon arrival.
  • Attendees who are not Active Chapter Members pay $17 to attend monthly meetings. There is a .50 online processing fee.
Career Planning and Talent Management

This presentation is focused on anyone who is responsible for completing performance evaluations. The first goal is to provide tools for effectively and efficiently completing performance evaluations. Secondly, the reduction or prevention evaluator bias is addressed. Last, the performance evaluation reflects actual performance which optimizes their use for personnel management


You will Learn to:
  1. Reinforce the value of correctly done performance evaluation
  2. Provide tools for optimizing the performance evaluation process
  3. Provide tools for managing bias in the performance evaluation process


BIO:

Tra is a Nurse and Healthcare Administrator with more than 25 years of healthcare experience. As an educator and speaker, Tra has provided a variety of courses and management related topics to a diverse group of organizations that include the Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Society for Human Resource Managers (Montana Chapter) and the National Park Service. His formal education includes Bachelor’s Degrees in Nursing and Health Care Administration from Washington Adventist University, Master of Education from Montana State University- Billings, ANCC board certification as a Nurse Executive and current enrollment in Norwich University Master in Nursing Program.

Non-Profit Presentation by:

Michelle Boucher of Special Olympics


http://www.somt.org/





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