Category Archives: Performance Management

Eliminate Cognitive Friction to Maximize Human Performance

Daniel Burrus — October 4, 2018 Follow @DanielBurrus — October 4, 2018 Improving cognitive performance is a strategic imperative for anticipatory leaders. Yet, cognitive performance slows down due to cognitive friction. Cognitive friction occurs when professionals can’t think through uncertainties clearly in their minds. These uncertainties include: risks opportunities outcomes consequences implications impact causations causes … Continue reading Eliminate Cognitive Friction to Maximize Human Performance

Reconstructing Performance Management for Both the Employee and the Company

Zachary Chertok — April 14, 2018 — April 14, 2018 In 2017, Aberdeen found that 64% of Best-in-Class companies (the top 20% of performers as defined by Aberdeen’s Best-in-Class research methodology) distrusted traditional performance reviews. This sets the tone for a major challenge facing organizations today: Traditional performance reviews are hindering employee growth, productivity, and … Continue reading Reconstructing Performance Management for Both the Employee and the Company

Building Core Values Into Your Performance Management Process

Michael Heller — September 11, 2017 — September 11, 2017 blickpixel / Pixabay Performance management, reviews, and evaluations often get a bad wrap. Only 55% of employees feel that performance appraisals are effective. But, it doesn’t have to be just filling out a paper and talking awkwardly with employees you only see a few times … Continue reading Building Core Values Into Your Performance Management Process