PR – More than 20 Heads of various Divisions in the Ministry of Finance, have completed a one-day intensive training on Performance Management.
It is part of a series of training workshops facilitated by the Public Service Commission (PSC) in collaboration with the Department of Public Administration (DPA) to bring Managers in the Public Service up to speed with results-based management.
The one-day workshop sought to enhance the knowledge and skills of participants to effectively utilise the newly-developed PSC Performance Expectation Form A, and Performance Review Form B, deployed by the PSC to manage performance and enhance the productivity of the public service.
The performance management approach aims to systematically monitor, maintain and improve employee performance in line with the government’s strategic priorities, allowing Public Officers to contribute to establishing linkages between an intervention and desired impacts focusing on key results and key performances.
This paradigm shift in the management focus from activities to results-based, is expected to have a lasting impact on performance within the service in the medium to short term.
The comprehensive training workshops which began on February 16th, 2022 will an end on March 3rd, 2022.