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Understanding Your Organization's Top Performers
Authored By: HR Performance on 3/21/2017

Who are your best employees and what do you really know about them? Did you hire them from a certain industry? Did they move up through your organization via a specific career path? Have they worked under a manager who helped them take their skills to the next level?

 

How do you determine who the best people are so you can begin to replicate their success?

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The Most Underutilized Tool in Performance Management: Competency Measures
Authored By: HR Performance on 3/7/2017

When it comes down to it, how are you really supposed to know if an employee is a relatively stronger performer?  How do you know if the competencies within performance evaluations are meaningful to employees as they strive to improve their performance? The answer is simple.

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Peer Feedback... The Best Kept Secret in Performance Management
Authored By: HR Performance on 1/25/2017

What if every employee at your organization got a sincere note of appreciation every day at work?  The kind of note that reminded them why they worked so hard and inspired them to drive amazing results.

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If I Pay You - Will You Quit?
Authored By: HR Performance on 3/29/2016

What would you do if your boss gave you a monetary incentive to quit your job?  I don’t mean a severance payment for a layoff or reduction in the workforce, but rather he simply paid you to quit.  It is a very interesting thought.  This is the type of incentive Amazon is offering its employees, and here is why.

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Think Before Documenting That!
Authored By: HR Performance on 2/11/2016

I was relatively new to the human resources scene in the early/mid 90s, and I watched as my manager could have shrieked in horror at the note a hiring manager wrote on an employment application. 

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Managing Goals Through Change
Authored By: Nancy Norman on 4/27/2015

Even with the most careful and brilliant planning, change is inevitable.  Imagine if a sailor navigating the seas was so set on his selected course that he failed to adjust to the change in the winds or weather.  He may never reach his intended port and may find himself in great peril. 

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