Where We Keep Going Wrong With Performance ‘Management’
Thursday, May 18, 2023
11:00 AM PDT / 2:00 PM EDT / 7:00 PM BST
Performance management has made a comeback due to economic pressures and higher expectations from organizational leaders. However, traditional approaches have failed to improve organizational performance and have instead resulted in wasted time and disenfranchised employees. This has led to performance management being seen as a painful afterthought, dreaded by managers and employees alike.
The new approach to performance management is different. It is intelligent and enables managers to be more effective at managing. It is routine and happens continuously in the flow of work. Moreover, it looks ahead to how employees can achieve and develop, turning the traditional process into performance enablement. HR leaders embracing this approach are now making work better for employees, managers, and themselves.
Jason Lauritsen, best-selling author and advisor, joins us to share his framework for designing a performance enablement system that cultivates human potential at work and actually improves people’s lives.
Attendees will learn:
- The common issues that thwart well-intentioned performance management and performance improvement efforts.
- The critical role of providing clarity in enabling performance.
- Equipping managers to have better conversations with people.