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4 steps to transform your performance management process

Ceridian

It’s that time of year, the annual performance review! We’ve all had them, the grueling session where you and your manager try desperately to remember what you did last year. Perform employee self-appraisal. Manager evaluates employee. Have performance review. You would probably be surprised that I’m ok with making the raise a non-event, maybe a meeting instead of a note, but it shouldn’t be the climax, or anticlimax, to an otherwise dysfunctional process.

New Research on Cutting-Edge Performance Management: What Are We Learning?

Compensation Cafe

Editor's Note: Last summer we posted an announcement from Gerry Ledford (one of our profession's leading scholars) introducing a new academic study focused on leading edge performance management practices and an invitation for any qualified organizations to participate. For the past year, I have been leading research on cutting-edge performance management practices at the Center for Effective Organizations (CEO), University of Southern California.

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3 Things We Learned at 2016 NeuroLeadership Summit

Reflektive

1-3 at the Sheraton New York Times Square, and is the most recent of a series of events held by NeuroLeadership Institute over the past nine years. Here are a few learnings our team took home on changing performance management and employee feedback. Rather than putting the impetus on managers to dole out feedback, the initiative can come from both directions. Prioritizing Change Management. Shifting Performance Management.

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6 tips to create agile performance management in your business

Interact-Intranet

“Annual performance reviews,” report performance management consultancy experts Gallup , “no longer work.”. In fact, research results from Brandon Hall Group’s 2015 survey show 70% of organizations believe their performance management programs are ‘average’ or ‘below average’. With performance reviews (ironically) getting a bad review, it’s time for a change. So, what is ‘agile performance management?’. Managers are key – train them.

3 Recruiting Metrics That Don’t Tell the Whole Story

Entelo

Across the recruiting industry there is a push to become more metrics and data-driven, and that push comes from a logical place: If we don’t hire the people we need, our companies will be understaffed and resource-strapped. Yet although we all recognize the importance of measuring our work, the recruiting industry as a whole hasn’t really come to consensus on the key metrics for driving decision making. To review, KPIs are: Key – Focused on the most important metrics.

How to Scale Culture: Notes from #GDSummit

UpstartHR

Today at the 2016 Glassdoor Summit , one presenter offered some amazing advice that is worth exploring. So far at the event we’ve heard from several speakers, including CEO of Glassdoor, Robert Hohman, about the value of transparency into culture. Via @katieburkie #gdsummit / @GDforEmployers — Ben Eubanks (@beneubanks) September 13, 2016 After talking about culture and the role of transparency, Katie threw out the quote above.

Talking About The New Age Of HR at HRSE16

Saba

The HR Summit and Expo 2016 (HRSE16) is just around the corner! The event, which runs from November 14-16 at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre, brings together thousands of HR and business thought leaders from around the world. The theme of this year’s event is The New Rules of Engagement in a New Age of HR. The event’s theme looks to explore the balance between effective people management and business success.

Onboarding – Whose Job Is It Anyway? Part 1

Lumesse

Part 1 Published date: June 16, 2016 Home. Whether or not many recruiters consider onboarding their role, momentum and merit is building for collaboration between recruiters and HR managers toward ensuring the positive experience and development of new employees. The transition, or hand-off from recruitment to employee performance management , isn’t so simple when the recruitment organization is a separate entity or silo from the HR management team.

Onboarding – Whose Job Is It Anyway? Part 1

Lumesse

Part 1 Published date: June 16, 2016 Home. Whether or not many recruiters consider onboarding their role, momentum and merit is building for collaboration between recruiters and HR managers toward ensuring the positive experience and development of new employees. The transition, or hand-off from recruitment to employee performance management , isn’t so simple when the recruitment organization is a separate entity or silo from the HR management team.

HR Tech Conference Highlights through a Talent Acquisition Lens

Brandon Hall

SmartRecruiters conducted demos of its Hiring App for Android, which enables recruiters and hiring managers to collaborate with each other, review and rate candidates based on their resumes, and engage with candidates in real time. SmartRecruiters also spoke about a new Field Recruiting App, which helps recruiters and hiring managers capture resumes/applications at events/in store/in campus.

Why Healthcare Administrators Should Set SMART Goals

Engagedly

With the increase in demand for more and more healthcare professionals, it has now become more important for healthcare administrators to come up with better employee management systems. One of the most underrated aspects of employee management in any industry is setting goals for employees.

10 Data-Driven Ways to Improve Employee Engagement

Bonusly

It’s a key competitive differentiator in the modern business landscape, and unsurprisingly, highly-engaged teams perform much better than their counterparts. Employees who are supervised by Highly Engaged managers are 59% more likely to be engaged than those supervised by Actively Disengaged managers. An organization’s leadership team and managers have a huge impact on employee engagement. A great book I’d recommend on people management is Radical Candor by Kim Scott.