What does one do with the strength-based philosophy?

This is not yet another article advocating the benefits of a strength-based philosophy. We’ve seen many of those already, haven’t we? Gallup, Peter Drucker and the industry as a whole have successfully convinced me to believe that employee performance and consequently organizational productivity is positively impacted when organizations routinely focus on strengths. I’m sold! However, despite all the … Continue reading What does one do with the strength-based philosophy?

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Three reads on Performance Mgmt

It's as simple as that. I have three articles that I love & given the season (Year end. Not Christmas!!!), it is really the best time to share. Reinventing Performance Management by Marcus Buckingham & Ashley Goodall Let's Not Kill Performance Evaluations Yet by Lori Goler, Janelle Gale & Adam Grant The Performance Management Revolution by Peter Cappelli & Anna Tavis Yes, I realize that they are … Continue reading Three reads on Performance Mgmt

The dreaded Bell Curve again!

It’s the time of the year when your employees are at their lowest productivity level (well, most of the employees). It’s also the time of the year when no one would dream of conducting their employee satisfaction survey (obviously!). This and a few resignations; all because of your performance management system. Shouldn't something this important leave … Continue reading The dreaded Bell Curve again!