Performance Management

An HCI Topic

Create a high-performance culture in your organization by creating clear expectations around roles, responsibility, and success. Learn how performance management can be integrated with strategic organizational goals, rewards and recognition programs, and development and succession plans. With the help of performance management systems and social technology, you can make performance management part of day-to-day leadership.

Featured in Performance Management:

White Paper

Emotional Intelligence: Can Companies Really Feel Their Way to Success?

White Paper | Author: Lauren Garris, former UNC Executive Development Client Relationship Manager | Source: UNC Executive Development 2013 | Published: 21 hours ago
World-class organizations such as BMW, Coca-Cola, L'Oreal, and Shell know emotional intelligence provides real, bottom-line value. That's why they make it a strategic priority. The question is: How do you teach executives, managers, and ... Read more
HR broker between management and vendors

The Rise of the HR Broker

Blog | Author: Breanne Harris, Solutions Architect and Social Media Strategist for Pearson TalentLens | Source: HCI | Published: August 21, 2014

Some trends in HR are great. Trends toward data-driven decision making, technology-enabled hiring, and even flexible schedules are significant improvements to the industry.
 
Other trends are not so great. Before we dig into the newest trend, I want you to ask yourself a few questions:

  • What are the key skills/competencies necessary for your company to grow in the next 5 years?
  • What are the skills you most need to cultivate in your next gen leaders? What are you doing to foster those skills?
  • What is your succession plan for the top 10 positions in your company? How are you preparing the next potential leaders in your organization for those roles?

 
And now here’s the most important question; who determines which skills receive training in your organization- managers or HR?

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Blog

The Recipe for Long-term Career Success

Blog | Author: Kip Kelly, UNC Executive Development Director of Marketing and Public Programs | Source: HCI | Published: August 6, 2014

There’s a simple recipe for long-term career success, with three main ingredients: knowledge, experience, and reflection.  On the surface, this sounds pretty simple.  You’re constantly collecting new knowledge and experience throughout your career. Don’t be fooled.  There’s a big difference between hoping you will gain the knowledge and skills you need and proactively pursuing the development opportunities that will ensure long term success.  You need to take control of your future, and that means developing a strategy that will enable you to reach your career goals.

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