By now you’ve heard the news. Performance Management is dead and we’re told SMART companies are killing the performance review altogether.
There’s just one little problem with that popular theme – a recent CEB study shows that across companies that have eliminated the performance review, manager/employee conversation quality declined 14%. Managers actually spent LESS time on informal review conversations and employee engagement dropped 6%.
My take? You don’t have a review problem – you’ve got a manager/feedback problem. That's why I'm doing a webinar entitled "5 Signs Your Performance Problem is Actually a Manager Problem". What could go wrong, right?
Join Halogen and me (KD) on March 28 at 2pm EDT and we’ll explore the disconnect, including the following goodies:
· Why the managers you support fail to coach and provide feedback, formally or informally – even though they’ll tell you to your face they consider it to be critical.
· How you can make your performance management process more meaningful and lightweight by introducing agile coaching methodologies into your organization.
· How to link a coaching/feedback strategy to more formal items like goal setting and performance management.
· A roadmap for how to make your managers more focused on the career advancement of their direct reports – the surest way to get the attention of employees on all things performance-related.
Your managers are the most important link to performance. Join us and we’ll show you how to make them better coaches, whether they love or hate the performance review.