The workplace is changing rapidly. The employee base is becoming more diverse, both in terms of who occupies different positions and in terms of their wants, desires, needs and motivations. As a result, companies must adjust the way they do business.
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If your company is not seeing growth in employee productivity, consider changing your performance evaluation system. Change your perspective, and evaluate employees based on the parameters mentioned above to inspire change and growth.
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The workplace has changed dramatically in the last couple of decades. In the 1990s and earlier, many of us had actual offices with doors we could close to block out distractions. Open offices and telecommuting were much less common.
The performance pathway model brings the training and development process into visual perspective by highlighting the key factors that influence job performance. The performance pathway begins with the individual and ends with a measurable outcome.
Whether formal (as part of your supervisory responsibilities) or informal (because you crossed paths in the hall), one-on-one conversations offer an important opportunity to develop yourself and others.
In today’s tight talent market, retaining your best employees can be just as important as recruiting promising new ones. In addition to traditional methods, such as mentoring, new technologies are providing additional ways to manage and retain employees.
How would you approach the performance management process if it were called performance partnership? Both parties involved in the process have a role to play, and there is shared accountability.
Now that the pace of the workplace has become faster, it is crucial that learning and development leaders fully understand the motivations of their workers to ensure that employees embrace and fully engage in development opportunities.