Tag Archive: Performance Management

Wanna Lead? Be Vivid!


If you missed the SHRM 2010 Annual Conference and Exposition closing session with Marcus Buckingham, you pretty much missed the SHRM 2010 Annual Conference and Exposition. There was a lot of good content this week, but Marcus really capped it all off. His presentation dripped of relevant, thought provoking, and inspirational insights for ...

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Sometimes it’s better to receive than to give

better to receive

I think we can all agree on at least one thing related to Performance Management.  Giving meaningful feedback - particularly when it is critical - is tough tough tough.  Even those of us who make a living at it need to work it really hard.  Sure, some are naturals.  But most aren't. How many of ...

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Stop Trying to be Smarter than a 5th Grader!

smarter than a 5th grader

HR is notorious for making the lives of others more difficult.  Policies, rules, forms, processes, paperwork...stuff that gets in the way of the business.  The business needs some of it, but it doesn't need it to be a nuisance.  And most of it, unfortunately, is a nuisance. So as an HR professional, you're starting off ...

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