For the last two years, kitchen tables and home offices have become the new office cubicle. As manufacturing and service employees return to work, office employees continue to work from home. Employees today, no matter the industry, are finding themselves reexamining their changing manager interactions, often due to location, priorities, and access.

Considering all this upheaval, the way a manager interacts with their employees also requires reexamination. A perfect example is with the typical performance review - the annual, one-way conversation which, in light of the remote work environment of the past two years, seems exceedingly outdated.

Join Jamie Resker and Clifford Watkin of Circle Strategies as we unpack the new ways companies are finding success with improved performance review processes. We will discuss how shifting the performance review process increases the Employee Experience and immediately lessens concerns around the Great Resignation.  Attend the event.




Jamie Resker

Written by Jamie Resker

Jamie Resker, Founder and Practice Leader of Employee Performance Solutions, is a recognized thought leader and innovator in the area of performance management. She helps organizations create a culture of performance development conversations by reshaping dialogue between managers and employees with a framework designed to exchange meaningful information. Jamie is the originator of the Performance Continuum Feedback Method®, an approach for differentiating employee performance, identifying gaps and crafting hearable, sayable feedback. Her work is anchored on the principles of neuro-leadership and elements of Appreciative Inquiry which make the tools and training universally applicable, transcending organization type/size, industry, geography and culture. Jamie is a frequent contributor on the topic of employee performance and feedback. She holds a BA in Business from Emmanuel College and is an instructor at the Boston University Corporate Education Group. She is on the faculty for the Northeast Human Resources Association and is an Advisory Board Member for the Institute of Human Resources.