Improvement projects

In companies, employee improvement programs are often used to improve performance, skills and competencies. These pathways are designed to support employees in reaching their full potential and increasing the overall effectiveness of the team or organization. At BMWE, we have experience guiding these pathways. In our experience, employees become more aware of their development and learn to take charge of their own development. Our focus during such an improvement process is on connection, competencies and autonomy.

The following is a general explanation of employee improvement programs at companies:

  1. Establish goals: The improvement process begins with setting clear goals. These objectives should be specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound (SMART). In this way, it is possible to track progress and measure success.
  2. Performance Measurement: To determine where improvement is needed, a performance measurement is often conducted. This may include evaluating the employee’s current performance, identifying strengths and areas in need of improvement, and identifying critical competencies needed for the position.
  3. Personal development plan (PDP): based on the performance measurement, a personal development plan can be further nopposed. This plan includes specific actions and goals the employee will pursue to achieve improvement. It may involve training, coaching, acquiring new skills or improving existing competencies.
  4. Support and resources: It is important that employees have the necessary support and resources to work on their improvement journey. This may include access to training, mentoring, guidance from a supervisor, time and space to practice new skills or other relevant resources.
  5. Interim evaluation: During the improvement process, it is crucial to conduct regular interim evaluations. At BMWE, we do this through a three-way conversation. During this conversation with both supervisor and employee, progress is monitored, obstacles identified and adjustments made to the plan if necessary. It also provides an opportunity for feedback and open communication between the employee and supervisor.
  6. Continuous development: Improvement projects are not one-time events, but rather a continuous process. It is important to foster a culture of continuous development within the organization, where employees are encouraged to continuously learn, grow and improve.