Join us in this blog post as we address the changes in performance management and explore the ways to motivate employees, use real-time performance management and create better communication with employees and alignment with performance.
When looking to improve business performance through better employee productivity, managers tend to focus on either leaders or laggards. The logic goes this way: if managers can “fix” those under-performers and/or manage to get even more from the top 15% percentile, they should be doing much better. But this approach doesn’t work, and a cold, hard look at the numbers as well as research brought by the Harvard Business Review, proves the opposite. If you want to move your performance results, move the middle, not the top or bottom performers.
If you want your company to benefit from team performance monitoring, you need to see to it that it is carried out methodically. Read this blog to learn ways to effectively appraise your employees’ productivity
Improving team performance is a top priority for almost any manager. But what is the best way of achieving that? In this blog we offer proven methods that will motivate your team-members to take it to the next level
Gamification entails adding a game-layer to regular mundane tasks, and does not equate to playing games. However, there is much to learn from old-school, non-technological games. Read this blog to find out how to incorporate vital, timeless game elements within your organization to reach higher levels of employee engagement.
Gamification is a game-changer when it comes to supercharging your workforce. It promotes better performance, boosts engagement, facilitates adaption to change, and is instrumental in facilitating learning and onboarding. Read here to learn more.
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