People performance management toolkit for care

People performance management toolkit for care

People performance management (PPM) matters and how well we do it has a huge impact on the quality of care that people who use our services receive.

This People performance management toolkit is for line managers in health and social care and aims to encourage and enable good PPM in practice.

The principles of PPM in any care setting are the same, but the context may differ. This resource is intended for your organisation regardless of whether it is small or large, and whether it is commercial, voluntary sector, local authority or NHS.

Click here to view the PDF.

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