Beyond the annual review, performance management should include ongoing feedback, goal-setting, coaching, strengths-based development, and recognition and rewards – and managers must be held accountable for these outcomes. Learn how performance management can be integrated with strategic organizational goals, rewards and recognition programs, and development and succession plans. With the help of performance management systems and social technology, you can make performance management part of day-to-day leadership.
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If the traditional, annual way of approaching performance management is not working and managers are not engaging their employees in regular performance and development discussions that they crave, how can we expect our employees to be engaged, perform well, and develop their potential? More importantly, what are organizations doing to make sure managers are held accountable for performance management and as developers of talent?
Explore how organizations are transforming their performance management processes beyond the annual review.Read more
Learn about The Alliance, the new employment contract, which when implemented properly will allow your top talent to thrive while serving their tours of duty at your organization. This podcast provides tips to do this through managerial training ...Read more
In the next 5 years, millennials will make up half of the US workforce. Surveys indicate two thirds of this growing talent pool plan to leave their organizations within the next 3 years. Engaging and retaining high potential millennials in particular is a high priority to ensure a pipeline of leaders to drive future company growth.
Begin this webcast by learning 10 reasons why conventional performance management processes are counterproductive and then shift focus on the 4 key elements influencing performance management today.
According to HCI’s annual Learning and Development Report, evaluation of the impact of learning and development will be a high priority for nearly 70% of L&D practitioners over the next two years. Join this webcast to hear a panel of L&D leaders who are implementing, upgrading and maximizing their learning programs and platforms to drive organizational competitiveness, talent development and growth.
What’s an HR professional to do when “tried and true” HR practices are met with disinterest or even resistance? What do you do when the pace of change all around outstrips your ability to adapt? In this HCI Keynote ...Read more
Nine minute interview with Bill Huffaker, Ph.D., the Global Director of Talent Management and Acquisition at General Motors.