10 reasons why conventional performance management processes are counterproductive
The factors reshaping organizations today and the implications for performance management
The 4 key elements influencing performance management today
Today’s organizations move more quickly than ever and require collaboration to get things done. While Millennials may be clamoring for more feedback, the fast pace of work requires more frequent check-ins as goals shift with changing business needs. It is time to evolve traditional performance management practices to support contemporary business challenges. This webcast will focus on how business has evolved in the past decade, making traditional performance management approaches ineffective for today’s organizations.
Is it possible to utter the phrase 'Performance Review' without shuddering with dread? Why does this process evoke a similar response as dragging fingernails on a chalkboard? Attend this discussion to help hack performance management and brainstorm ways to make it more useful and less painful.
Who’s next in your lineup? Succession planning is an opportunity for HR leaders to exercise their role as a strategic partner in the business and it’s a constant process that demands continuous attention. Organizations continue to face an exodus of retiring leaders alongside a growing need to effectively fill those key positions with the right talent for the job.