The benefits the latest trends have on employee engagement as it pertains to performance management
How to discern between learning activities and development achievement
Over the last few years, WorldatWork has observed new trends in performance management including companies adopting more frequent and ratingless performance review processes. Adopting these new trends has obvious recruitment, engagement, development, and compensation implications. Traditionally, there is a misalignment between performance management, employee development and organizational health. Further, direct managers are often challenged by the time needed to maintain the development cadence with their employees to maximize performance.
In this session, Jeremy Spake, Principal Consultant, Advisory Services for Cornerstone onDemand, will explore several emerging trends through examining case studies of companies using these new performance management concepts. Discussing specific actions, Mr. Spake steps us through how to diagnose your current performance strategy, the benefits the latest trends have on employee engagement as it pertains to performance management, as well as discerning between learning activities and development achievement. Success stories, lessons learned and considerations will be shared from multiple accounts of companies overhauling their performance management, learning and development strategies.
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