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Tyler Beekley

Tyler Beekley

When blogging on The QWork Future, Tyler was a Marketing Prodigy at Quantum Workplace. Tyler partnered with employee performance and culture experts to author informative and entertaining resources to help organizations revolutionize their approach to performance management.

Articles by Tyler Beekley

3 Reasons Why Your Employee Appraisal Process is Broken

6.26.15 by Tyler Beekley
Performance,

Attention HR leaders: There's a growing gap between old-school performance measurement and newer, more effective employee appraisal designs. If your appraisal process isn't keeping up with the evolutions of the modern workplace, you risk devaluing, under-appreciating, and disengaging your...

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5 Reasons Why Annual Performance Reviews Don't Work

3.17.15 by Tyler Beekley
Performance,

 

Let’s face it, we’ve all had them and we all hate them. We’ve endured the awkward situations and the difficult topics. It’s something no one, not even managers look forward to. The old school, once-a-year performance review is tired, and it’s time to put it to rest.

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5 Signs It's Time To Personalize Your Employee Appreciation Efforts

3.6.15 by Tyler Beekley
Recognition,

Happy Employee Appreciation Day! What are you doing to show your employees you appreciate them? Sending out generic (and hilarious) ecards? Catering lunch? Everyone loves a thank you note and the occasional Free Lunch Friday, but are employee appreciation efforts like these really landing with...

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Employee Motivation, Super Bowl Style

1.29.15 by Tyler Beekley
Performance,

Is it time to get serious with your employee motivation strategy? Inspiring people to put forth their best effort is one of management’s most vexing challenges. Let’s look how some of the NFL’s most memorable coaches motivate their players and see how these tacts might or might not translate in...

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