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7 Essential Communication Pieces for Rolling Out a New Performance Management System

8.13.19 by Natalie Wickham

Communication is the most critical component to implementing a new or improved performance management system. But trying to communicate the right information, to the right audience, at the right time can be pretty challenging.  


Difficult as it can be, don’t skimp on communication. You didn’t...

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4 Key Scenarios When Managers Must Discuss Employee Goals

8.6.19 by Anne Maltese
Managers, OKRs and Goals,

Goals help employees and organizations achieve success. But when goal conversations only happen once or twice a year, it creates a disconnect between the manager, the employee, and the organization. Goals become misaligned and their purpose is lost, making success more difficult to achieve.

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5 Fresh Talent Review Best Practices

8.1.19 by Kristin Ryba
Developing Employees, Performance, Turnover & Retention,

Many organizations have kicked the annual employee performance review to the curb in favor of ongoing performance conversations.


But that sentiment has yet to spread to a few key talent strategies—particularly the talent review.


A stale talent review process (or no process at all!) can be...

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6 Ways to Increase Clarity Around Employee Compensation

7.25.19 by Natalie Wickham
Leadership, Managers, Research & Trends,

People know what they’re getting paid (and generally what they’re getting paid for), but they often lack the context to understand what that really means. Employees want to know:


-How does their salary compare to the rest of the marketplace?

-Is it in line with other employees at their...

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Prioritize Performance Goals All Year Long with Quantum Workplace

7.18.19 by Luke Stritt
Managers, OKRs and Goals, Performance, QW News,

It’s no secret that goals help people and organizations achieve more. But many organizations and teams struggle to make the most of goals, often taking a set-it-and-forget-it approach that coordinates with their annual review cycle. This approach creates a huge disconnect among leaders,...

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