To help organizations create an effective feedback strategy within their organizations, we have put together some of our favorite resources on the topic. These practical videos, blogs, and whitepapers will help shed some light on the importance of ongoing employee feedback and offer some practical tips on how to create a feedback centric culture today.
Here are 7 solid reasons why companies should consider enhancing their annual review processes with year-round performance management activities.
Are you considering terminating an employee without addressing these important aspects of employee performance, training, and evaluation?
There is no doubt that leveraging timely, multi-faceted feedback can significantly bolster employee performance and development initiatives but can year-round feedback really replace the value of conducting annual reviews? emPerform tag, gives you the best of both worlds – Ongoing social feedback inside powerful performance reviews.
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Join CRG emPerform and expert panelists Marnie Green, William Tincup, and Elisabeth Lecavalier for a complimentary HR.com webinar June 13th on how to tackle the F-Word: Feedback.
For generations, supervisors across every industry have been dogged by a similar question during the review process: How can feedback, both positive and negative, be delivered in a way that actually makes employee performance improve?
By: Natalie Trudel People are constantly getting and giving feedback in their daily lives – whether it is explicit through words or writing, or implicit through tone of voice or gestures. Feedback is an observation and evaluation of a particular action and can be highly effective for reinforcing or developing behavior, particularly when it comes [...]
Tania Richman “Employees want to be successful at work. It makes people feel good to perform well. But to perform well, employees need to understand what a job well done looks like.” – Madeline Homan Blanchard, executive leadership coach. The above quote is from a great article I read this week in Talent Management magazine [...]