Every organization relies on the performance of its people to succeed. And when performance is lacking, low employee engagement is often identified as the root cause. But HR leaders must change the way they view the relationship between ...Read more
Discover how Lloyd’s Banking Group changed the way leaders respond to engagement data and supported action planning to attain the company’s vision, and the direct business impact of these changes.
Learn about three ways to increase the level of engagement for your staff through learning strategies, with the help of examples of companies that are utilizing innovative strategies to drive performance throughout their organization while enjoying a high level of employee satisfaction.
Explore several emerging performance management trends through the lens of case studies from companies that have overhauled their performance management, learning and development strategies.
It’s an exciting time in HR. New generations entering the workforce are pushing the boundaries of more traditional HR practices. A long-tenured career with one employer is a thing of the past. Transient employees combined with the rise ...Read more
Take a moment to consider some of the top performers in your organization. Perhaps some of them report directly to you. As you think about these individuals and their future careers at your company, what next steps do you envision they will take? Will your best programmer someday become Chief Technical Officer? Does your best accountant have what it takes to become a CFO? We’ve often heard the adage, “Past behavior is the best indicator of future performance,” but this phrase can be confusing. Future performance is not the same thing as future potential.
In the beginning, performance reviews were designed to help managers know who was performing and who to fire.Read more
The old performance management model, driven by ratings scales and annual appraisals is slowly making way to new systems and new ways of thinking about how organizations can really assess their employees.
In a tight labor market, employers need more levers to pull to increase engagement and retain top talent. Allocating more variable pay to those stars is one lever. But how do you do that without losing other valued performers? Deborah ...Read more
General Electric operates in over 100 countries, employs over 300,000 employees around the globe, and is a leader in industries spanning from Aviation to Power to one of its newest additions, GE Digital. Despite its longstanding legacy as an ...Read more