It’s easy to blame employees for their underperformance, especially when their managers are doing the same. The truth, though, is that sometimes it’s the managers themselves who are at the root of the problems.
Tag: Performance Management
When performance management is mentioned, people often think of the employee performance appraisal or review, however, performance management involves so much more. Properly constructed appraisals should represent a summary of an ongoing, year-round dialogue. Focusing only on an annual appraisal form leads to misunderstanding and a lack of appreciation for the benefits of performance management.
Performance management is not only important for identifying your high potential employees, but it also has a great impact on your compensation programs and documentation practices. What’s happening with performance management in the real world? What are your competitors up to? Help us find out!
In yesterday’s Advisor, we presented the first seven of our 10 flaws that may afflict a typical performance management system; today, the final three pitfalls to avoid while you’re assessing employees during appraisals.
In yesterday’s Advisor, the latest in research along with tips on talent acquisition from consultant Josh Bersin; today, Bersin’s thoughts on engagement, the benefits of corporate “soul,” and The Simply Irresistible Organization®.
Yesterday, we shared the results of BLR’s 2014 Performance Management survey (BLR is CER’s parent company); today, the rest of the results.
In yesterday’s Advisor, consultant Josh Bersin offered research and tips on talent acquisition; today, we present his take on corporate “soul,” engagement, and The Simply Irresistible Organization®.
In the 90s, we all went to e-learning, says River Software’s Randy Emelo, but today, it’s all about micro-learning—bite-sized chunks of learning, the shorter the better. You tear it apart, then talk about what you are doing—that’s social learning.
E-learning was very popular in the 90s, says River Software’s Randy Emelo. However, in the 21st century, the focus has shifted to bite-sized chunks of learning, the shorter the better—something we call micro-learning. Tearing information apart, then talking about what you are doing—that’s social learning.
Supervisors’ Role in Performance Appraisals Management’s top responsibilities when it comes to performance evaluations are writing evaluations of their direct reports for 85.6% of survey participants, followed closely by setting goals for/with employees for 78.3%, conducting review meetings for 75.3%, and coaching employees for improved performance for 75.3%. Finishing out the field is reviewing evaluations […]