Classroom-Based ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership & Management (Performance Management)

This Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) accredited level 3 course has been designed for working professionals, specifically for people who have leadership or management responsibilities but none or very few formal qualifications. These qualifications can help upskill potential or practicing leaders and managers and become more efficient in their roles.

The mode of delivery has been designed so students can share experiences and have hands-on expert advice in real-time. The programme has been condensed to six weeks, achievable with the ninety-minute delivery sessions weekly and 1-2-1 online tutor support to assist with assignments. All classes will be held in our newly-opened Academy in the business quarter of Liverpool, on Old Hall Street.

Performance management is vital to the success of all organisations, regardless of their size, industry sector or internal culture. Each organisation should design a performance management system to suit its specific needs. Above all, the approach should aim to align strategic, department and individual objectives. Also, performance management should be as simple as possible, command visible, involvement from senior management and be implemented consistently across the organisation.

Module Details - How Will It Work?

You will study 2 units over the course of the six 90 minute lessons on this pathway. The classroom delivery format will run over six weeks and provide expert tutor support throughout. This ILM Level 3 Award pathway is broken down into two units.

311 - Developing Yourself and Others

This unit is designed for anyone who is ready to take the necessary steps towards learning and growth. It is also a guide for leaders and managers on how to support the development of their team members. This unit, and the tasks within it, will introduce you to principles and practices associated with managing personal development and will enable you to tackle your own development confidently and efficiently. The exercises/assignment will require you to consider theories and models that align with each topic but, importantly, you will be expected to make parallels with your own experience of personal development in the workplace.

Employers are increasingly aware of the importance of investing in their staff and often have structures and processes in place to provide opportunities for the training and development of their employees. Managers also need to take personal responsibility for renewing and updating their skills and knowledge throughout their working lives. Personal development is a continuous lifelong process of nurturing, shaping, and improving skills and knowledge to ensure maximum effectiveness and ongoing employability. Performance management is vital to the success of all organisations, regardless of their size, industry sector, or internal culture. Each organisation should design a performance management system to suit its specific needs. Above all, the approach should aim to align strategic, department, and individual objectives. Furthermore, performance management should be as simple as possible, command visible, involvement from senior management, and be implemented consistently across the organisation.

323 - Understanding Performance Management

This unit allows you to research how performance management is vital to the success of all organisations, regardless of their size, industry sector, or internal culture.

Each organisation should design a performance management system to suit its specific needs. Above all, the approach should aim to align strategic, department, and individual objectives. Furthermore, performance management should be as simple as possible, command visible, involvement from senior management, and be implemented consistently across the organisation.

Performance management is one of the most hotly debated areas of management thought, more importantly how to achieve an effective performance management programme. This is largely because employee performance is recognised as the backbone of organisational success. A well-executed performance management framework can encourage the development of a high-performance culture and provide a clear link between individual goals and organisational objectives. This unit outlines the evolution of contemporary performance management and examines some of its most influential models and concepts. It also considers the critical link between individual and organisational performance and looks at how different performance management tools can be combined to create an effective performance management system.

Entry Requirements - How Do I Apply?

Some experience as a practising or aspiring leader or manager is desired but not essential - no formal entry requirements.

Payment Plans

Once approved onto the course, you or your employer should either phone us up or request an invoice to be paid via BACS before the course start date.

Progression - What Can I Do After My Course?

Credits gained can be used towards an L3 Certificate or Diploma in Leadership and Management and the different pathways, including Introduction to Leadership, Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring, Introduction to Conflict Management, and many more.
Progress to level 4 and level 5 ILM in Leadership and Management.

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