In our first article we discussed the fear of having performance management conversations and provided a few options to address managers’ concerns. In our second article, we explored ways to evaluate a current performance management process. In this article, we will review analyzing the data captured from the assessment process and using it to make […]
In our last article we discussed the fear of having performance management conversations and provided a few options to address managers’ concerns. In this article, we will discuss how to address one of the concerns around a performance process that does not make sense and specifically how to get managers and others involved in evaluating […]
Managers work hard to avoid performance management conversations. In fact, for one of my clients, I’m pretty certain they work overtime trying to avoid having these conversations! They dread them that much.
Performance management conversations are necessary and these are frequently conversations employees want their managers to have with them. For the client mentioned above, […]
One of the excuses we commonly hear as a reason for not actively engaging in dialogue with employees regarding their performance is “We’re really nice at XYZ organization” or “We avoid conflict and causing people to feel badly about themselves.” Translation, “We have people who are underperforming, but we’d rather not have those conversations.” Or, […]