performance management

Is Microlearning the Missing Piece in Your Performance Management Approach?

Amy Fox

Did you know that last year Millennials surpassed Gen X as the largest cohort of the U.S. labor force, according to the Pew Research Center? The workforce is certainly changing, and employees want more learning opportunities and feedback than ever before. Unfortunately, though, many organizations still use traditional performance management methods that only focus on annual reviews and inconsistent coaching to maintain […]

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We Are All Generation

Amy Fox

Digital and social media have changed everything; companies must adapt in how they train not just Millennials, but all employees. Effective training for today’s workforce requires a 360-degree view of what you want to accomplish, and management must be committed every step of the way. Here’s an example: We are working with one of the […]

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Good Coaching = Better Performance

Elise Margol

Bersin by Deloitte research indicates that the greatest difficulty with performance management is managers’ inability to coach their employees. Giving managers the tools to improve coaching is worth it. Organizations in which employees revise or review their goals quarterly or more frequently are 45 percent more likely to have above-average financial performance. Also, organizations effective […]

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