Most People Leaders Say Talent Management “Needs Improvement” - Foreword by Josh Bersin
Betterworks recently surveyed more than 1,000 People Managers working at enterprise companies with 500+ employees, who overwhelmingly expressed that nearly every aspect of talent management within their own organizations has significant room for improvement.
“Becoming a manager and transitioning from ‘doing the job’ to ‘leading and helping others to do the job’ is a big change,” said Josh Bersin, global industry analyst and member of the Betterworks board of directors, who penned the forward of the report. “Key to this journey is a company’s performance and talent management process, and this research found that many managers feel that their performance management practices get in the way rather than help them.”
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Key Insights from the Research Include:
- Managers are lacking a sense of purpose, with just one-third feeling “confident that all employees had a clear understanding of the company’s mission and vision”
- 59% of managers report they “do not perceive their performance management process as valuable.”
- Managers crave development, but more than a third rate their organization’s training and development as “average or below”
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The Betterworks® continuous performance management platform makes it easy for employees to set goals and give ongoing feedback. The simple user interface seamlessly connects every aspect of your performance process — without adding more work to anyone's plate.
Schedule frequent check-ins so your managers can become better coaches
Easily exchange peer-to-peer and manager feedback in real time
Set goals to drive more effective performance and career development
Call attention to high performance and employees demonstrating key values
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