Shifting trends in performance management systems are giving rise to greater collaboration, motivation and employee engagement, writes David Rock Companies have long spent considerable energy trying to develop scalable systems for keeping track of, motivating and rewarding the performance of their employees. In the 1970s, Aubrey Daniels coined the term “performance […]
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Override your fear of failure for the betterment of others. People are looking towards you to inspire and influence. Have the courage to test and learn, to stumble in your endeavors and to seek knowledge from those around. Individuals and teams love to share wisdom, solve tough problems and be […]
COVID-19 has shown us that with the right technology backbone and insights, organisations can be agile, they can make strategic and informed decisions to mitigate business risk, take advantage of opportunities, and they can plan for the future, writes Stephen Jack, Managing Director & Vice President, Workday ANZ. The devastation […]
The secret to successfully managing a transition into a new management role is to quickly master the dance of management. Great managers have more than one dance move in their repertoire, writes Mark LeBusque When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. […]
Leaders who have learned to be vulnerable have a stronger impact on people and business results. What is a vulnerable leader? It is a leader who has accepted that she does not have all the answers – and more importantly, that she must not have all the answers all the […]