performance management

Employee motivation can be considered as the level of energy, commitment, persistence, and creativity that employees bring to their jobs. Whether the economy is rising or shrinking, finding ways to motivate employees has always been a management concern. Competing theories stress more on either incentives or employee involvement (empowerment). A smoothly running and motivated workforce […]

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“What do you aim to be when you grow up?” A firefighter! A rooster! (I actually said this.) As children, we were asked this question several times. Even now as adults we don’t miss a chance to ask the same question to the kids around us. It could just be a way to entertain ourselves […]

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Leaders have a responsibility of constantly communicating the company vision and expectations to their team members. Clearly defining the role helps employees focus on personal as well as company goals and check from time to time if both align with each other. That’s why leaders focus on aligning individual effort with teamwork with the help […]

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One of the most stressful times in the lives of leaders is judging and getting performance management right. Performance evaluation is an integral part of performance management. However, it is inherently subjective and ridden with inaccuracies and biases. Moreover, the concept of continuous evaluation sounds exciting but it’s challenging to implement. This blog will help […]

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We have reached that point of the year where we have no idea where the time went. It still feels like January but we are stepping into 2020 already. This time of the year calls for performance appraisals and reviews!! Performance Management has been a tricky business since time immemorial. But here are some hacks to […]

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Talent Experiences is what we were discussing in the previous blog. It was more like an introduction. This blog will outline how both the employer and employee can benefit from its effective implementation. You might already be doing what is required to keep your employees happy. We hope you do, but, just in case you […]

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Before we begin our discussion around building a strong team or a perfect team, here’s a question for you. What’s common between the number one enemy of teamwork and the one thing that most movies try to teach us with their storyline? Perfectionism. Here’s something funny I came across while reading a few articles, which […]

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High Volume Recruitment Drive When a company is growing at a fast pace there is a need to recruit more and more employees in a restricted amount of time. High volume recruitment processes where 100 positions have to be filled in under 3 months, training sessions have to be conducted prior to the completion of […]

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Your company culture is like a building made of glass walls. You cannot hide what’s going on inside because the people on the outside can (and will) watch you. The way you conduct your interviews, treat your employees and handle your customers is unreservedly and explicitly known to the world outside. Thanks to the internet. […]

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