Making Performance Related Pay Work for You
Create Value & Reduce Risks
A 2-hour workshop for Chief People Officers, Heads of Reward, HRDs and all involved in making decisions about pay and performance
Making Performance Related Pay Work for You
Could some form of performance related pay improve productivity in your organisation?
Is your current approach to performance related pay making the most of every penny available?
Are you de-motivating many of your employees through ratings and bonus systems that are past their sell-by date?
In times of tight budgets and rising costs, it’s vital that organisations pull every lever to maximise performance and create value.
Will performance related pay help you? It might – but it’s complicated, and it’s easy to get it wrong. That’s why we have created this workshop for all those involved in making decisions about pay and performance, based on the research reported in our up-to-the-minute White Paper – Making Performance Related Pay Work for You. If you would like to receive a copy of our white paper – email us here.
2-Hour Workshop for Chief People Officers, Heads of Reward, HRDs and all involved in making decisions about pay and performance
During this 2-hour workshop, you and your team will explore options in the light of latest thinking, your practical situation and case study evidence.
EMPLOYEE PERSPECTIVES: Do employees see positive links between performance and reward? Do employees know how to improve productivity?
DATA: Quantifiable benefits of current PRP. How is PRP success measured?
MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY: Quantifiable benefits of current PRP. How is PRP success measured?
LEADERSHIP GOALS: Does PRP support vision and strategy? How are leaders encouraging discretionary effort?
By the close of an intensive two hours, tailored to your organisation, you will have:
- developed a deeper understanding of how variable pay policies maybe
impacting your organisation performance currently
- explored a range of potential PRP options to see if any could create
value for you
- planned what you might need to do next in terms of data gathering/ leadership engagement/ management capability review/ employee engagement in order to align variable reward policies with organisation performance, strategy and goals
Following your workshop, 3C will write up key points of the discussion, summarise any recommendations, and suggest some next steps for you
This document will make a sound basis for any internal presentation or
discussion about using variable pay amongst other strategies, to improve
organisation productivity and performance.
"Fantastic use of tech. Thank you - this was really thought-provoking, and thanks also to the actors Adam and Pippa for making it very engaging!"
‘Forum Theatre Live’ Delegate, Canterbury Christ Church University
I cannot recommend your Virtual Trainer programme highly enough. Thank you Hedda for facilitating such a fabulous programme and in such a very skilful and concise manner. I am so pleased that I was able to participate and be a part of such an engaging group of people. I can’t wait to share my new found knowledge with my colleagues and have already made some changes to my eLearning and Library support training session – chat, teaching a process, management grid, icebreakers here we come!
Lisa Harvey, eLearning Support Officer, Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust
“We couldn’t have designed our new approach to Performance Management without 3C. They know their stuff, and work from a strong evidence base. Engaging a large, global organisation is never easy– 3C have shown they understand our challenges and have most importantly helped us re-purpose our performance management to deliver our strategy as well as massively simplify the process for our workforce.”
Bernadette Bruton, Global Talent and OD Director, Aviva plc
Hedda, you were marvellous at directing/guiding us all in the right direction with sublime ease… well, you made it look that easy anyway! I believe all of the team learnt a considerable amount of useful techniques to use going forwards as virtual trainers. You ensured that everyone was included and carried us all along excellently. It was good to see our Advisors blossoming ‘virtually’ as each day went by.
Pete George, Health & Safety Manager, Howdens
I noticed a real difference in the quality of performance conversations I could have with my team after they had been on the ‘It’s My Conversation’ programme. Conversations with those who had been on the programme were more meaningful, more constructive and a much better use of both of our time, compared with those who had not. I did the programme myself and found its approach deeply engaging and a very powerful learning experience.
Lucy Hoyte, Strategy Team Leader, Westminster City Council