Performance management has come a long way from a decade ago when a Deloitte survey found that only 7% of CEOs believed that their organization's approach to performance management was effective. But we still have a lot to learn. In this session, we'll go through real examples of performance management approaches at different organizations and dissect what works and what to avoid. We'll share research about behavioral science and neuroscience and apply it to the design of your performance management systems. Lastly, we'll discuss how to tailor your approach to fit the culture of your team.
Determine factors that contribute to an effective performance management system
Identify factors that can detract from effective performance management
Analyze tools that can support an effective performance management system
Calculate how to tailor your approach to performance to the culture of your organization
Apply behavioral science research to the design of performance management systems