Betterworks®, the leading enterprise HR software for Continuous Performance Management®, today announced the release of Calibration and Feedback Summary, which expand the capabilities of the company's award-winning performance management solution.
As L&D professionals, we embody learning and change, and while technology is not the focus, it does aid us in magnifying opportunities and enriching experiences.
Qualtrics, the leader in customer experience and creator of the experience management (XM) category, today announced the general availability of Frontline Feedback to Qualtrics CustomerXM™.
Executive and leadership teams spend countless hours crafting strategic plans but often short-change the time needed to ensure successful execution. At the heart of the breakdown is poor communication. Bottom line: They aren’t “bought in.”
It’s hard not to get caught up in the spirit of the holiday season, for better or for worse. With company parties, end-of-the-year tasks and personal commitments, this time can become an all-encompassing behemoth of festivity.
It takes courage to be a kind leader, especially if your organization is focused solely on the bottom line. Kindness leads to employees’ feeling appreciated and connected, which leads to improved performance and increased collaboration and innovation.
Friendships between leaders and their constituents have always been a questionable activity in business. While some leaders are able to leverage those relationships as a powerful networking tool, others have allowed them to create toxic cultures.
Successful leaders often learn great communication skills over time, but they often can’t codify what can make a difficult conversation easier to initiate. Having good performance conversations is a skill that can be learned and practiced.
Learning and development (L&D) initiatives are important to employees and vital for businesses. To support them, it’s important for an organization to have a learning culture. Discover four strategies leaders can use to build a learning culture.
There must be a reason the majority of organizations still have some form of performance reviews. The end-of-year review is a dedicated time to discuss an employee’s past and vision for the future, including accomplishments, failures and priorities.