If you’re fascinated by performance feedback and building a performance culture within your company, you likely know exactly how much feedback your Millennial employees need. But while Millennials are soon to be the largest generation in the workforce, there are[…]
By Michael Heller Employee Engagement Mar 24, 2017
With a new generation entering the workforce employee appreciation is on the rise. But, millennials aren’t the only ones wanting a little more recognition and engagement. In a survey, when asked what leaders could do more of to improve engagement,[…]
By Michael Heller Performance Feedback Jan 23, 2017
We all know that a performance management system is the key to engaged employees. Because it’s so vital to company productivity, it’s likely you already have a performance management system in place, and you might think the transition to microfeedback[…]
You’ve heard the news and have read multiple articles about the subject – annual performance reviews are no more! Or, at least they should be reimagined. Especially considering 30% of so-called “reviews” actually decrease employee performance. Ouch.
By Michael Heller Employee Engagement Dec 27, 2016
A recent survey found that 89% of companies are planning holiday or year-end parties. Office parties around the holidays always tend to be interesting. Everyone has heard the stories about someone becoming too intoxicated and embarrassing themselves, but instead of[…]
Only one thing truly disturbs the minds of employees, and that is when their managers are silent – meaning no employee feedback or guidance. Just thinking about it makes our skin crawl!
Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It’s helping them to learn rather than teaching them. – Author, Tim Gallwey Performance coaching levels the playing field. The concept is defined as an ongoing process which helps[…]
We know the drill, you’re a manager with tons of daily and weekly tasks. You already have so much on your plate that the thought of adding one more thing seems a little insane. Meanwhile, you keep hearing about this[…]
When we think feedback, the majority of our inferences refer to the top-down structure of performance management. Managers giving critique and praise to an employee under their purview and not the other way around. However, the role reversal approach to[…]
Recognition for a job well done is not a new phenomenon. When we put time, effort and creativity into something, we build a personal stake and connection to it. Being recognized for work-well-done can have momentous motivational effects for us[…]