Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8001192680221658371?source=Instructure
Starts at 10:00 AM · Ends at 11:00 AM, MST (America/Phoenix)
Research shows a clear link between employee involvement in performance management processes and successful outcomes from those processes. Despite the widespread media attention around organizations that have removed performance management altogether, most organizations are modifying their processes to incorporate the latest research in management and psychology.
Even traditional and successful performance review processes stand to benefit from advances in technologies, allowing for a more transparent, segmented, and data-driven strategy. Coaching, in-the-moment feedback, and consistent recognition for meaningful contributions are practices that truly impact performance management effectiveness.
Join Brandon Hall Group’s Cliff Stevenson and Instructure’s Ike Bennion, Product Marketing Manager, as they discuss the implications of the latest research into modern, results-driven performance management, and discuss strategies that have already embraced the need for meaningful, collaborative, manager-employee relationships. Takeaways include:
- Best practices around 1on1 conversations and ways to create positive perceptions of the performance review.
- Ways technology plays a role in engaging and tracking manager-employee interactions.
- Steps towards transitioning your workforce into a future-focused performance management process.
- Ike Bennion
Product Marketing Manager at InstructureI love cooking, funny TV shows and reading about famous criminals. Currently I work in the product department and enable internal orgs to better convey Bridge as it is now and what it will be in future development. From time to time I write white papers and do some webinars for HCM organizations, to get updates follow me on Twitter: @ikebennion or add me on LinkedIn!
- Clifford Stevenson
Principal Analyst at Brandon Hall GroupCliff Stevenson is Principal Analyst, Workforce Management Practice, for Brandon Hall Group. He came to Brandon Hall Group in 2015 from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) where he was a senior analyst since 2012. Cliff's experience as human capital research analyst has focused on data and analytics, performance management, recruitment, acquisition, retention, and attrition. Before joining i4cp, he was the HR leader for a Boston consulting firm. Cliff received his Master's degree in Organizational Development from Suffolk University and Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida. His work has appeared in Talent Management Magazine, Human Resources Executive, Businessweek, Fortune magazine, the Washington Post, and Business Insider and many other publications. He is the author of dozens of reports and articles and wrote "The Real Dollar Value of Employee Engagement" in ATD's Integrated Talent Management Scorecards (2013), and "The Age of Big Data and Talent Analytics" in ATD's Talent Management Handbook (2015).