Three practices you can start doing now to equip leaders with the mindset and tools necessary to drive strong performance
Skill sets needed for stronger performance in today’s workplace
Performance management is often thought of as the activities, systems, and processes put in place to measure individual and collective goals. Think annual performance reviews or 360-degree peer evaluations. At Fierce, when we build strategy for performance management, we focus on specific behaviors necessary to build a culture of strong performance. In this webcast, Beth Wagner, Fierce Master Facilitator, will explore flaws in traditional performance management and share three leadership practices for a stronger performance culture. By adopting a more intentional use of conversation in performance, leaders will have the confidence to drive what is most critical for success - both personally and company-wide.
Susan Scott, Founder & CEO of Fierce, Inc. discusses current performance reviews in business today and how they need to change. Scott will share some actionable tips on what leaders can do differently to make the most impact.
We live in a time where everyone is visible more than ever before -- now we can even see how far our reach extends with profile views, shares, tweets, and “likes.” In a world where every failure, frustration, and triumph is publicly recognized online, an unexpected yet poignant result is that conversely, many of us feel less “seen,” both in the workplace, and at home. Recognition is inspiring and if we had more of it, we’d probably work harder with our families and friends as well.