What truly constitutes a performance-driven culture? How does an organization measure—and review—performance in a way that truly benefits the company as well as its employees? The answers to these questions are the difference between an average and an extraordinary business.
Authors and experts Rick Tate and Julie White, Ph.D., senior managing partners at Impact Achievement Group, and Dan Harrison, Ph.D. of Harrison Assessments International, have contributed a series of articles that offer best practices in performance management and leadership development. These articles offer sound advice based on years of on-the ground experience coupled with current, proprietary research findings.
The investment spent on recruiting, developing and retaining employees represents a significant portion of an organization’s budget. The direct and indirect costs of a bad hire or promotion are well known. Multiple studies have shown the ...Read more
When organizations get to a certain size, they become too large for their management to know every customer. Without the ability to understand what customers are thinking and feeling, executives typically focus on how much those ...Read more
The dilemma to assess or not assess is one that many organizations confront. Before solving this dilemma one must consider the purpose of the assessment. With your purpose clear, there are several questions you must address when evaluating which assessment tool is right for your company.