Employee reviews weren’t meant to be ineffective. Too often, the performance “management” processes and policies organizations are asking managers to follow are causing the managers to fail.
Many have said something similar to this, and often with a twist toward implying bad management. Maybe. Sometimes an individual who is not able or willing to manage people is in the role of manager. Perhaps they are experts and can assign and review work in a way that grows others’ skill level. Or perhaps the manager is good at managing work to meet deadlines. Yet a person’s value is not defined merely by a skill or that they meet deadlines; their engagement and motivation is often short lived under such managers. Unless they also have a coach, which isn’t a bad strategy… Continue reading “Better Performance Reviews – Best Next Steps”
Catalyzing momentum is a transformational process; it is not a one-time motivational or informational presentation. The ongoing process of well-orchestrated change, and Pivoting in a way that can be transformational, is still new to many organizations. Often, change is hindered because people do not feel safe to speak out or initiate change.
I’m always looking for next steps and methods that help to “open-the-door” to closer alignment and greater momentum for my business clients and readers. Here’s one…
To foster collaboration in any workplace, it is critical to recognize that not every person celebrates the same holidays and even if two people do celebrate the same holiday it is done often in different ways.
What might you do to show that you truly care to understand another person’s point of view, and to have the authentic curiosity to learn more about how their point of view came about?
On holidays of any nation, and every day, let’s be grateful that we can choose what to believe and how to BE.
This first post in the Extraordinary Momentum Series offers 5 key ideas to help you get clear about best next steps, and how you can help others get clear about their best next steps.
When you are nimble, you are aware and open. You rarely get blocked or stuck. If you do – if someone, something, or even your own mindset or limiting beliefs – get in your way, you have what it takes to move around, over, under, through.
Let’s talk about being nimble – in business, career, life…It’s sopossible!
Are you including effective communication as an area for growth in performance?
An important aspect of coaching for better performance is aimed at communication. This includes improving the dynamics and effectiveness in meetings as well as helping individuals be more clear and concise in their delivery of ideas and feedback.