5 Performance Management Practices of High-Performing Firms
Date: Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM ET
How do we move beyond checking the box on performance management to engage in high-impact performance activities? New insights uncovered by Lighthouse Research reveal a clear distinction between the performance management and engagement practices used at high-performing firms versus their lower-performing peers. The top-performing companies leverage a mixture of recognition, regular conversations, and other practices to create more engaging workplace experiences for their employees, ultimately driving engagement and performance to new heights.
In this webinar, HR analyst Ben Eubanks took us through the research to discover what it can teach us about how to improve our approach to performance management. More practically, we examined some case studies and stories of companies that have modified their approach to performance management to reap a variety of rewards. You will learn:
- The deep links between engagement, performance management, and business results
- How to adapt performance management practices to improve outcomes
- Best practices from other firms that have changed their approach to performance
Ben Eubanks is the Principal Analyst at Lighthouse Research & Advisory and the author of Artificial Intelligence for HR: Use AI to Build a Successful Workforce (Kogan Page, 2018).
He has authored dozens of reports, eBooks, and more than one thousand articles, maintains a blog that has touched the lives of more than one million business leaders since its inception, and hosts “We’re Only Human,” a podcast that examines the intersection of talent and technology in the workplace.
Previously the HR Director for an Inc. 500-ranked global technology startup, he currently operates Lighthouse Research & Advisory, a human capital research, and advisory services firm. He works with HR, talent, and learning leaders across the globe to solve their most pressing business challenges with a research-based perspective tempered by practical, hands-on experience. His research focuses on cutting-edge practices in talent and learning technology, strategy, and innovation.