Video: Performance Management: Improving on Traditional Offerings

I read an excellent article regarding the incredible statistic that only 4% of staff feel that performance reviews are useful here, and it really made me think. Why do we stick to formats that don’t produce results? A set and forget mindset is never going to create real change or development with measurable results, so let’s talk about how to do it differently. Let’s talk about how to turn annual reviews into a constant and continuous process that involves supporting and guiding staff to develop themselves in ways that benefit the business and allow employees to move further along in their chosen career path. If employee engagement is a problem, then let’s find new ways to get employees to engage. To that end, I produced this video with the help of an awesome online program from biteable.com, so I want to shout out to those guys for making a fantastic product, and encourage others to try it out. The findings and numbers in the video come from the article above about the survey run by Bamboo HR. I’ve enabled the option to download and share the video, and if you choose to do so, I would appreciate it if you linked back to this blog post because it did take effort to get it together. Thank you!

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