Leonard Cheshire Disability, delivering performance and development

Buckland, Geraldine
June 2011
People Management;Jun2011, p65
The author talks about the performance management system of Leonard Cheshire Disability, an organisation with supports more than 21,000 disabled people in Great Britain. According to her, she joined the organization in March 2010 and one of her first tasks was to introduce a new performance management process. The system is said to be linked to the organisation's strategic objectives and the competency framework. She says that using this system, they are able to compare individuals' performance more easily.


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