• 11/2/2015
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  • Insights

In this signature research, conducted in partnership between the Human Capital Institute and Lee Hecht Harrison, we explore the current and planned future state of performance management and the importance of manager accountability.

Laying the Foundation for Performance Management with Manager Accountability

For most the term performance management evokes a description of the dreaded annual review when hundreds of hours are spent on a process that is neither effective at improving performance nor enhancing employees’ development. The true purpose of performance management is an agile system of goalsetting, development, compensation actions, feedback, and a goals-based appraisal of performance.

We explore the current and planned future state of performance management and the importance of manager accountability. Learn:

  • How organizations are developing and supporting their managers to be coaches
  • Where performance management processes are headed
  • What organizations are doing to train managers to meet the expectations that are placed upon them