This course war quite fulfilling. I learned so much helpful information that will not only help with refining my own skills but helping with the overall advancement or practices at my organization.
Another great course. This course explains and delivers the benefits of having clear goals and objectives that outline who, what, and when of the employee and reduces any surprises to expectations!
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Larry Bourgerie has done a great job delivering this course on Managing Employee Performance. I love the clear objectives and detailed explanation on how to implement each topic. The course has increased my knowledge and understanding of the subject, and also boosted my confidence that benefits my work and career.
By Matthias B•
Useful, hands-on, overview on employee performance management issues including in-depth tools, recommendations. Great for your daily work. IMO Bourgerie has fun teaching his stuff. A bit less intervowen with theory/concepts than Budd's course and questions are a bit easier. Would recommend it nevertheless.
By Brett B•
Outstanding content, but some of the test questions were confusing and a bit misleading. That being said, because I had to do to more study to reach my goals on the quizzes and tests, so I probably learned a great deal more from this course than if I'd achieved 100% on the first try every time.
By RASESH P•
Only concern i have with course is the peer review, it is good approach However several folks have no clue what they are doing and basically its a worthless effort. Professor needs to review assignment as i feel that they are the best judge of assignments. I dont like the peer review.
By Khizra S S•
Very insightful and I gained perspective after attending this course. Even if one is not directly managing the function, it is important to understand the fundamentals. The content helped me in building an understanding, I will be sure to implement the concepts in coming future.
By Hollis H•
Very good content and delivery. Enjoying the NOW application of many strategies and suggested management practices in current position. I have already recommended this course to other professionals responsible for employees performance management. Thank you for the UPgrade!
By fangfang d•
The content is very clear and useful, the objective is very clear. I hope the teaching method can be more funny and interesting, I hope they can add more example less theory to the course. Analyzing the examples are very practical method to learn
By LOONG T F•
Overall a good lerrning guide, just a thinket that could it be applied to certain organizations suchas govt agencies as it is a fact that the staff will paid/rewarded comstatntly as long as thre are no serious issues witht he staff comcerned
By Charu D•
Worth doing it , but i missed reading different types of Performance management , like "Bell Curve" and 360 degree
Hope you to include in the next improved version
Thoroughly enjoyed it Larry, was a great faculty member , gave lot of examples :)
By Charles T•
Overall, good information that is very helpful for making the transition into the HR field. I wish the lecturer didn't trip over his own words all the time - it made it hard to listen to the video's.
By Solikume J•
The course is very easy to understand and practical, the addition of civility in this model completes fundamentals for an effective performance management program in organisations.
By Aurea G•
Very well organized and info very valuable. I learned a lot of good things which I will use on Managing employee performance. Highly recommend this course
By Deb R•
Excellent Speaker, knows his material, but needs someone to review the quiz material for grammatical errors in questions as well as making some clearer.
By Abdirizak M N•
This is a super challenging course delivered by a well experienced lecturer and through a contemporary way of teaching.
Thanks very much UM and Coursera.
By Isabel C•
It was an interesting course, although I thought I was going to be focused on the performance evaluation itself and not towards the role of management.