TLNT Webinar

How to Improve Performance Reviews

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Everybody hates them and the yearly chore instills fear and loathing into the hearts of employees and managers alike. The traditional approach of a once-a-year sit down that examines past performance and sets future priorities is very familiar, but does it really provide the business with the insight and agility required by today’s environment? In short, is there a better way to carry out performance reviews?

In this webinar, we’ll take a look at how we can make performance reviews more meaningful and useful, along with some ways HR can make the process less daunting. In particular, our speaker will focus on how HR professionals can:

  • Make a normally demotivating process motivating
  • Create a culture of continuous critique (not criticism)
  • Distinguish between collaboration, cooperation, and competition

Join our free webinar on Thursday, June 30 for expert insight into improving your performance reviews taking some of the pain out of the process, and providing your business with the insight it needs.

Our speaker, Rue Dooley, will share his experience as a practitioner and consultant helping HR professionals to create meaningful solutions and improve the value of HR services.

Who should attend? This webinar is for you want improve your performance review process for everyone involved. Join us on Thursday, June 30.

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Presented by:

Ruhal (Rue) Dooley

Rue Dooley has well over 20 years of HR experience as a practitioner and consultant. Rue has daily direct contact with HR professionals around the world, helping them to create solutions, to improve systems, and to find and use resources that improve the delivery of the HR function.

Rue has authored and co-authored numerous articles on a variety of subjects; conducted webcasts and podcasts; created videos; and has been quoted in various media outlets. Oh, and by the way, he’s a stand-up comedian who can be taken seriously.