Andee Harris brings more than 20 years of experience working with HR leaders and practitioners to her role as the Chief Engagement Officer at HighGround. She joined the team in April 2016 and is responsible for thought leadership, market share growth, new business development, multi-channel marketing strategies and revenue management.
Most recently, she served as the vice president of sales and marketing for The Marcus Buckingham Company. Before that she led sales and marketing for Syndio, a people analytics software company. She provided strategic direction and day-to-day operations for the sales and marketing team. Andee was also the driving force behind Syndio’s rebranding and positioning from communications and academic research to a people analytics company.
Upcoming Conference Sessions Featuring Andee Harris
Traditional performance management is linear. The emphasis is on the process and is treated as such by everyone involved, including HR, managers, employees, and executives. A box is checked and everyone quickly moves on to business as usual until the next year’s annual cycle begins again. Our panelists have shifted the focus from PROCESS to PEOPLE through their transition to continuous performance management. But with a greater stake in their own development, how have employee behaviors changed?
We will share the implications this had on elevating everyone’s role in driving better business results. Our panelists will answer the most pressing questions about adopting a continuous performance management approach.
You will learn:
How performance transformation impacted the structure and skillsets of the HR organization
The data that allows you to make more calculated talent decisions
The proven approach that helps managers become better ...
Content Featuring Andee Harris
Discover how workplace trends are remaking the roles of managers, why the manager/employee relationship is where engagement is built and strengthened, and hear transformation stories from leading HR organizations.
Explore why traditional reviews are so ineffective and discover research-driven ways organizations can manage performance better.