Performance management systems are predominately built on the models developed over 100 years ago by Frederick Taylor using his Scientific Management Principles. Times have changed and today’s workplace requires educated employees to work in teams on complex issues in a rapidly changing environment.
Today’s HR Practitioners are custodians of this 100 year old system built by an Engineer for a different time and different needs.
Based on 15 years of research and practice, the presentation shares findings on how new principles, models and systems have been developed that have delivered significant and measurable benefits to employees and businesses.
The audience will come to understand why today's performance management systems continue to fail and learn how build systems based on new principles and models that have been proven to better suit the needs of a modern workforce.
What are your goals? What’s your plan? What are your vision, mission and core values, and how do they affect your team? As a Project Manager, what expectations are you putting on your team? This webcast is for people who want to not just set goals or make a plan, but set those goals in action and work a plan. It will explore such things as how to effectively set goals, including variations on the SMART method and other systems for putting a plan in place. It is designed to help people work around obstacles and break down barriers. This workshop will also take a look at ways to productively and effectively make a strategic plan. In addition, this workshop will demonstrate to Project Managers how to drive a team through your vision and various SMART Solutions.
Please note that educational credits do not apply to this webinar
Join us for a full walkthrough of our software solutions that will meet your every HR need from hire to retire.
Founded in 2007, TalentGuard is a full-service talent management software and consulting firm that is devoted to helping organizations implement high-impact talent practices.
We believe that the key to providing customers with excellent service and our employees with a revered workplace is by maintaining the core set of values that have guided TalentGuard founder and CEO, Linda Ginac throughout her career in talent management.
Both as a private consultant and the leader of a successful company, she has maintained the belief that everyone deserves to be in a role where they are appreciated and respected, as well as engaged in a career that maximizes their passion and talents.
As a talent management software solutions provider, we don’t just live by this mantra- we aim to spread it too. We believe that the easiest way to show employees that they are valued is to invest in talent management tools that aid in their long-term personal and professional development. Not only does this create happy, loyal employees but it also helps companies improve their bottom line.
Our software, based on industry best practices, focuses on the vital HR areas of performance management, career pathing, succession planning, 360 feedback, applicant tracking, learning management and development planning- all of which contribute to the creation of a high-performance culture.
Please explore our website to learn more about how our talent management solutions make creating a “system of engagement” as opposed to a “system of record” easier than ever. We invite you to read more about the TalentGuard philosophy and team, view our blog, and download our collection of white papers and webinars based on trending industry topics. Lastly, discover how TalentGuard Cloud 6.0 talent management tools can help your organization with product demos that show the powerful features in action!
TalentGuard is headquartered in beautiful Austin, Texas.
Building a business case for your new learning or talent management system is not just about selling needs and benefits to your finance department. It's about identifying your business processes and company requirements then translating that into a functional document that guides your decision process from new system selection, implementation and ongoing operations. There is immense value in selling your learning and talent development organization as a valuable financial asset within your company.
Join Chris Bond and the Bluewater team in this informative webinar to discuss the details behind building a business case for your learning or talent management system. Find the resources to fund your project today. It is easier than you think.
Performance Management Systems and Training courses are only a small portion of the people and performance development process. Far more important are the day to day interactions on performance –the employee feedback processes. What managers and leaders at all levels in the organization need is to grasp the importance of employee feedback processes, and how they are the crucial link in the people and performance development process. Ineffective Leaders stifle their people instead of developing them, and often render formal training and performance management ineffective because they lack the insight to get people utilizing new skills and knowledge back on the job, or help their people develop their performance to higher levels. They need to get out of their offices and Manage By Walking Around (MBWA), having those vital conversations on goals, objectives, progress, and providing the right amount and type of feedback & reinforcement to their people.
This engaging talk from Maren Perry, MA, PCC, an expert Executive Coach based in New York City, provides an overview of coaching skills that can be utilized in an HR setting. Learn specific techniques to create meaningful conversation, increase awareness, and propel people forward while holding them accountable. Discover the keys of what to do (and what not to do!) to take your coaching support to the next level. Maren will address the Core Competencies of coaching and give you practical tips based in years of experience to have meaningful coaching conversations with your employees. You will leave with actionable items to practice with your teams.
When organizations are in transition employees respond by utilizing their adjustment and coping skills. This creates reactions in employees that can be hard to manage and increases the employee’s tendency to display aversive behaviors. The aversive behaviors include decreased communication, productivity, engagement and performance.
The resistant employees are often identified as abrasive, non-team players, lone wolves, aggressive, and instigators. However, once we understand their response is part of a brain based reaction. We can look for and present strategies for helping them successfully manage the transition. Then the employee is free to reengage on an individual, team and organizational level again.
Good business decisions require good data, and that’s one of the areas that HR has historically struggled. Not that HR hasn’t provided reams of reports on performance distributions, compensation change percent and time to hire, but are those really the information needed to make better business decisions? With HR moving from tactical resource to strategic mover and shaker the time of status reporting is past. HR must be able to answer cause and effect questions that are more predictive than reactive. Industry experts will review the areas that must be improved to create HR metrics that can stand side-by-side with the numbers from Finance, Product Development and Sales.
“Creating a high-performance culture” – as learning and talent management professionals, this is something we hear about often. But what is the best way to achieve this?
Through the alignment of learning and performance processes including cascading goals, linking personal goals to organizational goals, learning and talent management leaders can communicate required competencies and identify potential skill gaps. Learning priorities are then based on performance goals and from identified skill and competency gaps a personalized learning path can be created that provides tailored development linking back to performance goals.
Sound like talent management Nirvana? Not sure where to start? It’s more attainable than you think. Join us as we discuss how your people and your organization can benefit by connecting performance and learning to create a high-performance culture. During this webinar we will discuss how you can:
Connect learning and talent processes to tie learning to goals and performance
Leverage Talent Expansion technologies to cascade goals throughout the organization, provide contextual learning and give people the tools they need to be great at their jobs
Set and measure learning and talent management results with integrated analytics
Start building your integrated learning and talent management program immediately with a few easy steps
It is time to to archive your company's "Performance Management" practices and "Annual Review" process into the Museum of Motivation?
News Flash: Recent studies by brain scientists studying motivation also tell us that reward (yes reward) can be de-motivating. How performance reviews are structured and how supervisors and managers offer "feedback" to change behavior and improve performance is often ineffective and de-motivating.
What's an HR Director to do?
If you are a leader at any level, you already understand your people are your greatest asset. Now it's time to upgrade our approach to motivating Human Beings 3.0 from the field of brain science, at the intersection of communication, emotion and motivation.