Make Your Company's Performance This Year's Top Priority

Posted by Susan Green on Feb 16, 2017 12:15:43 AM

Dr. Sandra Pereira, CEO KPISOFT
Co-author

What’s your #1 priority this year? 6 tips to make 2017 your best performing year ever!  

In 2017, all eyes will be on you and how your company performs. Economists are keeping a close watch on all indicators of change. Politicians are measuring; media is listening; workers are rallying; and consumer confidence is once again on the rise.

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Topics: performance management, millennials, retention, dashboards, artificial intelligence, strategy, execution, performance improvement, leadership, kpi reporting, integrated business view, productivity, talent management, goals, customer experience, tips for better performance, kpi, big data, analytics, customer satifaction, work productivity

How a Solid Performance Review Can Retain Top Performers

Posted by Susan Green on Sep 28, 2016 8:58:49 AM

So, let's start with: What Do Your High Potentials Expect from You?

1. To be part of the company vision, mission, and goals

2. To receive continuous and meaningful feedback

3. To be challenged

4. To be rewarded for great work

5. To understand their options for growth and promotion

Well, doesn’t every employee want this from their employer? Over the past few years, some companies have decided to totally forego performance reviews. So, how do companies gather this data into one platform to accomplish the 5 expectations of high performers?

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Topics: performance management system, performance coaching, retention

Why is Everyone Quitting?

Posted by Susan Green on Aug 8, 2016 1:07:21 PM

How To Stop Employee Turnover by Changing Your Workplace Culture

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Topics: employee feeback, managing employees, retention

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