The argument about the best approach to corporate performance management is raging. How can we improve employee performance? Should we abandon ratings? How often should we conduct performance appraisals? Will the changes improve business results? In 2011, four years ahead of most organizations, insurance giant New York Life pioneered a performance management approach that went beyond ratings, ranking, calibration sessions...
Listen to best selling business psychologist Oliver James as he reveals to Octavius Black what it really takes to flourish at altitude. Oliver covers: – Why office politics is good for business – How to be a masterful office politician – What a talent program must have to ensure high potentials thrive at the top
When it’s done well, performance management delivers 40% higher employee engagement and 25% lower turnover, an 18% growth in customer loyalty and a 15% boost to productivity. Unfortunately many companies focus more on the process than the conversation; meaning high costs, poor results and employees who’re left wondering if they’d be better off elsewhere. There’s no magic potion to guarantee...
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