It’s been proven over and over again that using a pay for performance model can help to retain and inspire employees. However, getting started with a pay for performance plan is not easy.
Join Jaime Hansen and Karaka Leslie, as they discuss common barriers and best practices for creating a pay-for-performance program. You will walk away with ideas to infuse compensation into performance plans so that the plans are based on real data and tied to consequences.
Attend this webinar and learn:
Key trends in performance based pay
How to overcome the barriers of a pay-for-performance program
Tips on how to make a pay-for-performance program successful
Most organizational leaders are locked into the belief that that they need to conduct annual or bi-annual performance appraisals of their staff. Yet they acknowledge that the system is not working. HR managers are caught in the middle of all this.
The End of the Performance Review: A New Approach to Appraising Employee Performance outlines an alternative approach referred to as the Five Conversations Framework. The Five conversations Framework consists of five 10 to 15 minute conversations between the manager and his or her direct reports. You will learn what Tim's research of 1,200 HR managers reveal about the performance review; the value of performance conversations rather than performance appraisals; and how your organization or clients can use to the Five Conversations to enhance performance.
Performance management is always a hot topic because leaders want to ensure employees are high performing and delivering business results. For many managers, performance management is a dreaded process because it’s often too complex, time consuming, and discussions are viewed as conflict conversations. While leaders understand the science of their performance management program, they often struggle with the artfulness of the process. This webinar provides participants with the knowledge of how to leverage the ‘art’ of performance management, and the tactical skills to conduct the planning, managing, assessing, and rewarding phases of the process. We layer on a generational perspective to performance management, by exploring what each generation expects and desires.
While many Supervisors and Managers understand the importance to their organization of excellent employee performance, too often they have no process for bringing this about. The PIP described in this session provides a Supervisor or Manager with a clear, straightforward and effective method of conducting a facilitated conversation with their direct reports that will help them to understand their role and how it contributes to accomplishing the company’s goals, and to be continuously improving their job performance.
An effective PIP coaching session involves an open and frank, six step discussion between each Supervisor, Manager, etc. and his/her direct reports along the following lines.
1. Review, Rapport Building and Role Clarification
2. Vision of Perfect Performance
3. Barriers and Difficulties to Excellent Performance
4. Strategies for Overcoming Barriers to Excellent Performance
5. Action Plans to Implement Strategies
6. Institutionalizing this Process - Regular Meetings
Are you evaluating a mobile solution for your company's learning needs?
Are you interested in seeing a learning and performance support tablet app in action?
Mobile Learning, or mLearning, means a lot of different things to different people. But today it is clear that mLearning involves a lot more things than just delivering eLearning on smartphones. mLearning involves a number of key factors:
- Personalized access
- Context- and location-aware content
- Proximity to point of performance
- Both formal and informal models
- Communication and collaboration
At this Demo Days session, we will present NetDimensions Talent Slate, an award-winning, native mobile learning app for iPad® and Android™ tablets.
NetDimensions Talent Slate won the Gold Award at the Brandon Hall Group 2013 Excellence in Technology Awards for Best Advance in Performance Support Technology.
At the Point of Need
NetDimensions Talent Slate is designed specifically for tablets to enable mobile learning and on-the-job performance support based on the NetDimensions Talent Suite. NetDimensions Talent Slate relies on an intuitive, search-based navigation to provide on-demand access to learning materials for online or offline use.
NetDimensions Talent Slate allows users to navigate all the mLearning content and information stored in the NetDimensions Talent Suite via an intuitive search-based interface that accesses news, courses, reference materials, competencies, training records, and other learning or talent-related information and knowledge assets.
Online & Offline Use
Search results from the NetDimensions Talent Suite are always available online and can also be tagged for offline use. This means that reference materials can be downloaded directly onto the tablet for use at the point of need, and that courses can be downloaded and then run on the tablet even when connectivity might not be readily available. Smart synchronization enables SCORM results to be synchronized with the NetDimensions Talent Suite when Internet connectivity becomes available.
NetDimensions Talent Slate provides options for device encryption as well as mobile data encryption to address requirements from different models of corporate device or BYOD management.
Attend this Demo Days session and discover how you can implement a multi-pronged mLearning strategy with a suite of mobile learning technology and software for mobile workforces in any environment.
Every action an employee takes has the opportunity to either reinforce or diminish your brand. When HR and marketing join together, employees can become brand ambassadors and ultimately help create brand distinction in the marketplace.
An organization’s employees are its best brand ambassadors. They have the power to move the organization forward and make the brand live and breathe. There are no two ways about it, engaged employees build strong brands! The benefits of a strong brand are tremendous and all the best leaders realize that strong brands are not built by the marketing department alone they need HR in order to be successful.
In this session, we will hear from Patricia Nazemetz and Will Ruch, co-authors of “HR and Marketing Power Partners,” as well as executives at top global companies who have implemented a partnership between HR and marketing and discovered the impact it has on customer loyalty, business growth, talent acquisition and retention.
Engaged employees stay put. According to Gallup’s latest Q12 meta-analysis of 1.4 million employees, the most engaged companies experience up to 65 percent lower turnover than the least engaged—that’s a huge savings of time, money, and effort. Yet with fewer than 1 in 3 employees feeling engaged, what can you do to reap those savings for yourself?
In this webinar, Achievers’ Vice President of Employee Success, Cheryl Kerrigan, explains how to retain employees with the four pillars of engagement: recognition, feedback, communication, and meaning.
You’ll also learn:
How recognition aligns employees to company goals
How lack of feedback from leadership leads to turnover
Why employees need clear communication and to have their voices heard
The important of stretch opportunities and career goals to give their work meaning
How often have you heard a business leader complain when HR announces it’s time to complete annual performance reviews? People often think of performance management as that thing they have to do for HR at the end of the year so that people can qualify for their bonuses. While that may be part of the process, performance management is not just a once-a-year HR task. It’s an always, ongoing activity! During this workshop, we will review everyone’s critical roles – Managers, Employees, and HR Professionals – as part of the performance management process. Participants will also gain clarity about what an annual performance review is and what it isn’t – specifically learning several Do’s and Don’ts in the review process – as well as discuss several leading practices and proven tools to enhance any existing performance management practices.
Performance reviews don’t work. They are disliked by managers and employees alike. They are usually poorly written and disappear as soon as they are completed. Everyone knows this but most are not going to admit it. So why do organizations still use them?
Primarily, it’s because everyone agrees that employee feedback is important, but Human Resource departments don’t always trust this exchange to happen without forcing everyone through a formal process. So they spend three months a year chasing up everyone in the organization in a system that is often measured by quantity over quality.
Reviewing the performance of your employees is not about meeting with them once or twice a year to recap the past and discuss the future. To effectively eliminate performance reviews in your organization, you must be deliberate about the management of your people.
Please note this webcast does not qualify for educational credits.
At Cornerstone OnDemand, we recognize that performance management, while essential to the success of any business, is very different for SMBs and fast growing businesses than it is in a large, established enterprise.
This is why we developed CSB Performance specifically to fit the needs of growing businesses.
Jason Jones will show you through CSB Performance so you can see just how easy we’ve made the software to use. We’ve taken all the best features of an enterprise Performance Management system and completely reimagined the interface to make setup quicker and make the review process easier for employees so that it doesn’t drain precious HR resources to administer the software.
Of course fast, easy reviews aren’t everything – We’ve also built in a robust analytics suite that gives powerful insights into company-wide performance with a range of interactive charts and info graphics. Get a high-level overview of the company to identify strong and weak departments or areas, or drill in deep to find individuals who are your top performers in specific areas.
During the webinar, Jason will take you through some real-life examples of the software in-use during the review process, from the view of an employee, a line manager and an executive member – see how we collect self review data, team review data and 360 reviews. Then see how it all rolls up when we get into some detailed analysis of the data after the review round.
Who should attend?
We’d like to talk to anyone in a business with 1000 people or fewer looking for a fast and straightforward, yet powerful performance management system.