Managers everywhere are responsible for giving timely performance feedback to employees. So when do these feedback conversations typically occur? Unfortunately, it's usually not until the annual performance review, or worse yet, not at all.
In today's fast-paced work environments, performance management sometimes takes a back seat as managers and employees focus on upcoming deadlines and deliverables.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how HR can get managers and employees to engage in ongoing performance conversations.
You'll gain insights into:
- Why ongoing performance conversations work better than standalone annual reviews
- When and where performance conversations should take place
- How to build a 10-minute performance conversation framework that works for everyone
About the Speakers
Practice Leader and Founder of Employee Performance Solutions
Jamie draws upon 25 years' experience on modernizing and rebranding performance management. Jamie reshapes manager and employee communications, shifting time and energy from reviewing and discussing past performance to dialogue about performance now and moving forward. She has cracked the code on measuring performance and making pay decisions without annual reviews and ratings. Her Performance Continuum Coaching Forward Method, training and tools, set managers up for success as performance coaches who inspire and motivate improved performance. Managers learn how to provide action-oriented direction, reconfirm priorities, recognize accomplishments, and course-correct underperformance sooner than later. Jamie works with HR teams to socialize new ideas with proven change management tactics that help Managers, Executives, and Employees embrace a re-imagined PM system that more accurately reflects how people work today. She holds a BA in Business from Emmanuel College, is on the faculty for the Northeast Human Resources Association, is a contributor to Saba's Talent Space Blog, and an editorial advisory board member for HR Examiner.
Senior Strategic Services Consultant
Jodi is a Human Resources professional with a track record of working closely with business leaders at all levels to build HR systems and practices that drive performance and business results. Jodi's experience in Human Resources spans 10 years in both generalist and strategic advisory roles and touches many areas in HR, including performance management, learning and development, succession planning, employee engagement and organizational design. As a Senior Strategic Services Consultant with Saba, Jodi helps customers develop and execute their strategic talent management practices while also helping them maximize the return on their investment in Saba solutions.