Five ways to humanise performance management in 2022

Strategic HR expert, Jon Ingham, shares guidance on the new era of performance management. Download now for key insights.

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The last two years have seen a major shift in performance management, with the pandemic acting as a catalyst for organisations embedding a more human-centric approach. But more still needs to be done.

Looking ahead to a post-pandemic world, it is essential that these approaches continue to evolve and keep their place not just in today’s more human business world – but also beyond 2022.

To help HR and business leaders on this journey, this whitepaper offers guidance on transitioning away from traditional, bureaucratic approaches towards something far more progressive, which has the potential to cultivate a thriving performance-based culture.

Written by globally renowned trainer, speaker and writer on strategic HR, Jon Ingham, the report explores five key considerations when shifting to a humanised performance management approach. It is an essential read for any HR professional committed to better investing in and developing their people.

Download to learn:

  • How to make reviews more people-centric
  • The benefits of bringing individual strengths to the fore
  • Why a bespoke performance management approach is key to future business success
  • Why a shift in focus from assessment towards development is crucial

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