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150 One on One Meeting Questions for Job Performance and Development

2.13.20 by Jocelyn Stange
Performance Management

When conducted effectively, one on one conversations can be valuable to your organization. 55% of highly engaged organizations said employees are expected to have one-on-ones monthly or quarterly, compared to only 22% of disengaged organizations.

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13 Employee Performance Review Tips That Actually Improve Performance

1.28.20 by Jocelyn Stange
Performance Management

The employee performance review has received a lot of criticism in recent years. Traditional employee appraisal processes have been causing headaches for both managers and employees. And most employees believe performance reviews are not effective at driving performance.

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How to Drive Focus for Goal Alignment and Performance Expectations

1.9.20 by Jocelyn Stange
Performance Management

To lead a successful employee performance management strategy, you need a strong focus on goal alignment. In fact, 91% of companies with effective performance management systems say that employees’ goals link to business priorities.

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How Fossil Group Simplified Performance Management

12.5.19 by Jocelyn Stange
Performance Management

At a time when the retail industry was undergoing rapid change and increased competition, Fossil Group knew they needed to find more efficient and effective ways to keep their managers focused on performance management and results.


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Making Time and Space for Performance Management

11.5.19 by Kristin Ryba
Performance Management

Time is a precious resource for managers and is a definite obstacle to making performance a priority. Between their own work, daily meetings, special projects, and reporting to leadership, many managers feel they don’t have enough time to spend on performance management.

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10 Tips for Building a Feedback Culture

11.1.19 by Kristin Ryba
Employee Feedback, Performance Management

Whether it comes as a gut-punch or a standing ovation, feedback is one of the best ways for us to know if we’re doing something right or wrong.


Every business has guidelines about how feedback is handled. A strong feedback culture welcomes feedback and uses it to foster the growth of...

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