Tag: coaching

A key element in the future of performance management will be to focus people on trying to improve rather than prove themselves. This will activate more of a ‘growth mindset’

Performance management: are you ready for change?

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 […]

Why continuous coaching is replacing performance management

What’s next for performance management?

Many leading organisations are moving away from viewing performance management as a once-a-year event where employees are assessed and evaluated, to a series of ongoing activities that include goal-setting and revising, managing and coaching, development planning, and rewarding and recognition. However, support for such activities across current performance management solutions […]

To build self-assurance, managers need to test their skills and receive feedback. They also benefit from having a trusted mentor they can go to for support.

Self-assurance: a catalyst for management development

The three key elements of self-assurance can amount to a big psychological leap at each turn in the leadership pipeline, writes Jennie Walker In the bestselling book The Leadership Pipeline, the authors discuss transition phases that managers must go through to move successively up through the organisation. These are: individual […]