TLNT Webinar

Reimagining your Approach to Performance Reviews

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Everybody hates them and the yearly chore instils fear and loathing into the hearts of employees and managers alike. But is there a better way to carry out performance reviews?

In today’s fast paced business environment, companies need to adapt more agile processes that keep employees focused on the right activities and provide the flexibility to shift with business needs. The traditional assumptions and approach no longer serves businesses well and many companies have begun to explore different ways to talk with employees about performance and development.

The speaker will outline how to completely reimagine each element of your review process so it is more relevant for a contemporary workplace and more valuable and less daunting for both employees and managers.

In this webinar you will learn:

  1. How to reimagine traditional approaches to performance reviews for the contemporary workplace
  2. 5 key areas of the performance appraisal to focus on for redesign
  3. How today’s technology can go beyond automating a bad process to enabling a more dynamic process.

Join our free webinar on Thursday, December 3 for expert insight into reimagining the performance review process.

Our speaker, Edie Goldberg, will share her experience in designing HR processes that work for both businesses and employees. She’ll explore new ways to approach performance conversations based on her research.

Who should attend? If you’re interested in how your performance review process could be redesigned for greater success, join us on Thursday, December 3.

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Presented by:

Edie Goldberg

Edie Goldberg, Ph.D. is the principal of E.L. Goldberg & Associates in Menlo Park, California. She has specialized in talent management and organization development for over 25 years. Her work focuses on help companies develop talent strategies to ensure the organization has the capabilities needed to achieve its goals, as well as designing HR systems to attract, engage, develop and retain top talent. She currently serves as Chairperson for HR People & Strategy (HRPS).