Learning Objectives

In this module you can learn:

  1. What is a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP)?
  2. Components of a PIP
  3. How to manage yourself during a PIP
  4. How PIPs fit with other performance management tools
  5. Why do employers use PIPs?
  6. What are the risks to your career from a PIP?
  7. Can you avoid a PIP?
  8. What Legal & Ethical concerns should you be aware of?
  9. What are the alternatives to a PIP?
  10. How to respond when you are informed of your PIP?
  11. How to manage progress Meetings with your Manager?
  12. How to organize your time through a PIP?
  13. What are the warning signs that your PIP may fail?
  14. What you should avoid during a PIP?
  15. How to manage the PIP Closure Meeting
  16. What are the potential outcomes?
  17. What to do when your PIP is extended?
  18. What to do when your PIP has failed?
  19. What to do when your PIP has succeeded?

We strongly recommend that you take legal advice in the appropriate jurisdiction when you negotiate a Performance Improvement Plan or experience unfair treatment.

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