Every day we hear about the changes in our workforce, how social and mobile is impacting the way we engage with employees, etc. The one message that should be coming across loud and clear is that times are changing and organizationally, we have to embrace that change to stay competitive. The same holds true for the way we measure and assess individual's influence and contributions in our organizations. No longer are annual or semiannual event-based performance reviews enough. To continue to attract and retain talent is going to require a move to continuous and collaborative performance management. In this session, Lisa Sterling, Head of People Engagement for Ultimate Software will discuss a number of aspects of performance management. However, this discussion will be focused on how to make changes to these aspects of performance to make them more engaging, collaborative and ongoing.
Performance Management essentially hasn't changed since "its" original inception over two-hundred years ago. This is your opportunity to learn how to make the changes necessary to allow you to compete for great talent now and in the future as well as retain the people you have currently. We are working with a new generation, technology and impacts that are changing the expectations of our workforce. Are you prepared to make changes necessary to ensure you compete in the future?
Who Should Participate
With all the changes impacting our workforce and the dis-engagement with standard performance processes, now more than ever we have to make changes. The recession is over and people are no longer using it as a retention mechanism. We need to create experiences that give our people real-time feedback that is actionable to better engage and retain them. It's time to get rid of archaic, outdated performance appraisals. If you want to keep your best people, the time to act is now. Or, you are going to risk losing them to your competition.
What You Will Learn
During this presentation, you will learn about the changes impacting our workforce, how performance management has evolved over the past two-hundred years and how the movement to continuous collaboration enhances overall performance.
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