Monthly Archives: July 2019

Your HR manager should have these 5 competencies for success

HR managers are more than just hiring and firing - they are critical business leaders that should help to shape and drive your company’s future. Which also means that HR managers should have more than just a qualification - your HR manager should also have the competencies for success. The top HR manager competencies The remit of an HR manager is never-ending - from attracting talent and resolving grievances, to creating a culture and developing [...]

By |July 30, 2019|Categories: Business Leadership|0 Comments

5 Ways to Build Success Profiles

Success profiles can help your organization to improve hiring, leadership development, and role planning, giving you the tools to strategize who and why you hire and develop. However, the value of these success profiles often lies in their validity, relevance, and ability to adapt to the future, which means that the process of building success profiles is just as important as actually using them. While your organization can take many approaches to building success profiles, [...]

By |July 23, 2019|Categories: Business Leadership, Talent Management|0 Comments

5 Tips to Improve Employee Assessment Practices

Employee assessment and performance reviews have been under fire for some time. Studies show that not only do people actively dislike performance reviews, they dread them, allowing them to interrupt real productivity and value delivery. At the same time, most experts agree the real problem isn’t performance reviews or employee assessment, it’s organizations using outdated assessment practices that fail to take the individual, goals or other factors into account. Performance reviews can add a lot [...]

By |July 16, 2019|Categories: Talent Management|0 Comments

How to Follow Up on HR Assessments and Performance Reviews

Performance reviews are a crucial element of most company cultures. At the same time, HR assessments and performance reviews are in the middle of a massive overhaul. Most organizations recognize that old-school performance reviews are more harmful than helpful and many offer little value, only demotivation. While some of this demotivation surrounds the natural process of being tested and the possibility of being found wanting, most of it relates to what is tested, how, and [...]

By |July 9, 2019|Categories: HR Assessments, Motivation, PAP|0 Comments

How to Gauge Your HR Department’s Performance Quarterly

Investing in your workplace often means investing in HR so they have the resources to hire, train, and develop individuals to help the organization. Once you’ve made those investments, how do you ensure HR stays on track? How do you review HR’s performance? While there are numerous ways to track the efficacy and efficiency of HR, quarterly reviews are one of the best methods you can choose. Unlike year-end performance review, quarterly reviews allow you [...]

By |July 9, 2019|Categories: Business Leadership|0 Comments
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