Management Update: It's Time to Know How to Manage Performance

Press Release ( - Bangkok - Feb 11, 2016 - BangkokTeng has officially put the management industry on notice: “Learning performance management is now faster, easier and more affordable than ever before.”

As Teng added, “My Performance Management Guide has done the management industry better. Where most companies in this market focus on employee performance appraisal and, sometimes, on performance improvement, our Guide focuses on results-oriented performance planning as the first important step towards successful performance management, linking employee outputs to desired outcomes of business units/departments/sections and to the organization’s strategic goals and objectives. And the Guide is presented as a PDF presentation that is easy to follow and remember.”

Mrs. Suselo’s training techniques are effective and enjoyable. She makes complicated things easy to understand and apply.

Rashi Amarasuriya, NGO Project Officer

Tengconsult has identified 4 key reasons why people fail to perform well:

  • lack of motivation (for those with sufficient job knowledge, but an improper attitude towards work)

  • unsatisfactory work environment/inadequate resources provided (for those with sufficient job knowledge and favorable attitude towards work)

  • improper job placement (for those lacking both job knowledge and a favorable attitude)

  • lack of certain job knowledge or skills, but with the desire to perform.

These reasons are just part of an entire performance management problem you are trying to solve. And that’s just at the employee level.

The basic steps in performance management are presented in a new special Guide, Performance Management: The Basic Steps. The Guide is available for immediate download at And to help as many people as possible, this valuable Guide is available now for FREE. A more detailed e-book is being prepared on the use of Results-based Management (RBM) in performance management and its part in strategic planning.

For media inquiries, to arrange for an interview or an expert quote, please contact Teng at

Teng has over 25 years of experience in organizational capacity building, management and training. She is a member of the International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA) and is in the roster of consultants of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). She has trained and helped thousands of practicing professionals over the years.

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