Many performance management systems are not only a distraction – they have a negative impact on output. Our solution focuses on the science of human behavior to transform performance management from a time-sapping burden to a critical tool for success.
Studies show organizations that deliver performance management systems well are more productive, have higher customer satisfaction and perform better financially than ones who don’t.
Consistent productivity throughout the year
Higher employee engagement and greater discretionary effort
Improved average performance levels among managers
Increased succession planning
Companies are investing heavily in performance management systems. Yet, in many organizations it’s viewed as a value destroying activity. To get it right, businesses need to ensure managers are equipped to create the ideal conditions for their teams to achieve high performance. Science shows that it’s the ‘human’ element which makes the difference.
Watch as MindGym’s Solutions Director, MB Belka, explains the six conditions that help people to be at their best at work.
The key to building an effective performance management culture is to create the right psychological conditions. Our behavioral scientists identified the six conditions which have the most impact on cultivating an environment that enables employees to be at their best at work.
Purpose: We need to feel our work matters
Challenge: We’re getting outside of our comfort zone
Attention: We know how to improve through feedback
Growth: We are progressing and achieving our goals
Recognition: We are recognised fairly for our contributions
Choice: We have choice to persevere and retain control of what we do
Wherever your organization is, and whatever your challenges are, we can work with you to uncover the solution that will have the best impact.
Helping managers improve performance in their teams by equipping them with the right skills and abilities to hold effective conversations, build trust and forge relationships.
Helping individuals by building the skills and attitudes needed to help them take ownership for their own best performance.
This journey taps into each stage of the performance cycle when goal setting, development planning, at mid-year reviews, and during the end-of-year review process.