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This report examines the two models of performance management, the role of development and coaching in improving the business impact of performance management, and the five keys for making the transition to development-driven performance management.
Performance Management: The Path to Ongoing Employee Development
organization have a high-quality, year-round employee development plan?
Research shows that effective support of employee development results in more
productive, engaged employees, and a more efficient, high-performing
In this research
bulletin, Development-Driven Performance
Management: The Path to Ongoing Employee Development you’ll learn how your organization can generate twice the
revenue per employee by implementing the five keys to better development and
coaching into your performance management process. You will also learn why each
of these keys is critical, how to use them effectively, and why performance
management often fails to meet organizations’ expectations.
This report gives
your managers the tools needed to implement an effective development-focused
performance management system.