We are offering you a chance to participate in research on performance management.
“Performance management” is changing as the methods shift from the traditional annual appraisals to a continuous process of communication and coaching. There is a big body of research on this subject, but limited research in the context of and application in the New Zealand Public Service
We think it will be of real interest to you. It is being undertaken at Victoria University. All you need to do is to set aside about 45-60 minutes of your time to be interviewed by the researcher. This can take place any time during October or November.
You will find the exploration useful in itself, but you will then get the benefit of receiving a copy of the research that will include an insight of best practice.
All the interviews will be confidential and no information you provide (about yourself or your organisation) will be identifiable in the research findings.
Please put your hand up to participate. If you would like to take up this opportunity.
BY: Friday 10 October 2020
Kendra Hill, the researcher, will then be in touch with you to find a suitable time for the interview. It can be in person or virtually (Zoom), whatever suits you. She will tell you all about it.
We do hope you will participate it is an important issue for IPANZ and the public sector.