Performance management is changing – is your organisation staying current?

14 Jun 2017 By Advertising feature

Download this ebook from Halogen to discover how to create a strong, ongoing performance management process

The workplace has dramatically changed over the past few years, with a growing number of organisations questioning the value of longstanding HR processes. Leaders everywhere are realising their people are their organisation’s greatest asset, and traditional performance management processes don’t leverage employees’ skills and abilities. Many companies are moving away from traditional performance processes, such as annual performance appraisals, to regular check-ins and ongoing feedback and development.

We believe ongoing performance management is the key to maximising your employees’ potential while ensuring your organisation’s success. In our eBook, Driving the future of performance management, we take a closer look at:

  • Signs of ineffective performance management
  • The need for performance management to evolve
  • The five essentials for creating a strong, ongoing performance management process
  • Links between ongoing performance management and other talent management practices

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Having a great performance management strategy is all about building a culture of ongoing feedback and culture to align and inspire your people. Halogen, now part of Saba Software, makes it easy to align employee goals with business objectives, promote growth and development, and build manager-employee relationships. Find out more about our performance management solution or book a personal product demonstration today.

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