drudgery, pointless or time consuming as compared
to the people who use them successfully for
progress and results.
Many forget about the performance review until it’s
a couple weeks away from a new one.
If you’re an employer or employee, there are ways
to use performance reviews so that they are exciting,
focused and drive results for you and the business.
“Research has shown that managers who
engage in effective performance management
produce extraordinary business results
compared with those who do not.
One study demonstrated:
50 percent less staff turnover,
10 to 30 percent higher customer satisfaction ratings,
40% percent higher employee commitment
ratings and double net profits.
The High Cost of Doing Nothing:
Quantifying the Impact of Leadership on the Bottom Line.
You’ll learn ways to make it one of the best
experiences you’ll have for your employees,
or if you are an employee – an experience
that pushes your career forward.
Join us and learn how you can change the performance review!