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PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SHOULD ACCOMPLISH ONE THING

Driving and improving the performance of all employees in your organization.

Period.

Nothing more and nothing less.

CLIENT FEEDBACK

“I have never liked annual performance evaluations. This process keeps people’s work performance and behavior at their personal top level all year long!”                    

Following the first workshop, Conversations to Accelerate Employee Performance and Potential, we have the tools and skills to discuss performance and request feedback.   The Employee Performance Continuum, a way to assess performance without ratings, gives managers insight into what each employee should be doing and which department they are best suited for.  Our employees are comfortable engaging managers to help assist them to focus on their strengths and opportunities for development.

Joe Lantini

President

Dencap Dental Plans, Inc. 

We partnered with Employee Performance Solutions to tailor our performance management system to align with our employee-owned relationship-focused culture. The outcome is increased employee engagement, performance, and stronger relationships between managers and employees.    Five years in, we continue to hear positive feedback about the process from employees, managers, and leadership.  Employee and manager training coupled with a simple process keeps the program running and on track.

 

Kathy Doyle-Arena

Senior Director of Human Resources

Web Industries

“We replaced annual reviews with a robust, conversation-based program with frequent and meaningful performance development conversations throughout the year. It’s a co-owned employee/manager partnership using flexible conversation guides. The Employee Performance Continuum lets us measure performance improvements. Our CEO thinks it is the best performance management program and the process he has ever experienced.”

 

Paula A. Cloghessy

Chief Human Resources Officer

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“We replaced annual reviews with a robust, conversation-based program with frequent and meaningful performance development conversations throughout the year. It’s a co-owned employee/manager partnership using flexible conversation guides. The Employee Performance Continuum lets us measure performance improvements. Our CEO thinks it is the best performance management program and process he has ever experienced.”

 

Tracey Cahalane

Director of Human Resources

Microline Surgical

Blogs

MEASURING EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE WITHOUT RATINGS

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10 Steps to Successfully Revamp Performance Management

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A Kinder Way to Look at “Low Performers”

At-Risk Employees Versus Low Or Problem Performers When performance is off-target, and the manager

A Successful Journey to Dropping Annual Reviews and Ratings

The catalyst for dropping annual performance reviews at A.I.M. Mutual Insurance started with Mike Standing.

Why You Should Stop Advising Managers to Give Feedback Early and Often

Continuous Performance Management Saves the Day One of the most fundamental.

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READY TO MAKE A SUCCESSFUL TRANSITION TO THE CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE

Shift the time and energy spent on reviewing past performance to increased frequency and quality of dialogue between managers and employees

We offer tools and training to show your managers and employees how to have candid, productive conversations about performance, expectations, and potential. Your managers will be able to confidently assess performance, identify areas for improvement, and know what to say, assuring they will give feedback early and often.