Dutch startup Kaizo, formerly known as Ticketless, today announces a $3 million seed round led by Gradient Ventures, Google's AI-focused venture fund, and Partech, with participation from several angel investors.
Having a number of thoughtfully designed mentoring programs that span your employees’ career at your company will help your leaders set short- and long-term expectations and goals, monitor progress, and provide real-time feedback.
Whether conscious or unconscious, everyone has bias. To say otherwise is to ignore the brain’s innate tendency to make connections and “fill in the blanks” based on previous experiences or perspectives to come to faster conclusions.
With an eye on achieving bottom-line goals and desired return on investment (ROI), too often, organizations let performance management fall to the wayside.
Performance management often conjures images of a meeting in which a manager delivers an assessment score to the employee who is helpless to change the past. Lists, charts, rubrics and vague summaries of past actions are, sadly, synonymous with this.
To learn more about what makes an effective performance review, what doesn’t, and how to train managers on giving performance
Giving feedback may be your least favorite part of your job. But you are determined to help your team achieve better results. Overcome your barriers to giving and receiving feedback by making it a regular way that you interact with colleagues.
True performance management is evergreen. Effective leaders empower people to do good work and focus on continuous development through coaching — but this approach is a mindset shift, and as L&D leaders, we have to lead the way.