Many organizations struggle with too high of rates of employee turnover and too low of rates of employee engagement. When an employee’s relationship with their manager has a direct impact on both these metrics, could the answer be as simple as encouraging managers to have more and better conversations with their teams?
November 16, 2017 | Alan Mellish & Holly Pennebaker | BetterWorks
Organizations everywhere are gearing up for their yearly performance reviews. Managers are filling out paperwork and straining their memories back across an entire year to recall employees’ major successes and failures, and employees are bracing themselves for bad news or daring to hope for an above-average salary increase. Either way, the traditional performance review is past its “sell-by” date.
The modern workplace is one that has turned traditional ideas about how work happens, how to manage talent and what drives business success upside down. To start with, an expanding global marketplace has made it nearly impossible ...