Performance Management & Engagement Exchange
Building and sustaining a high-performance culture focused on continuous improvement and organizational strength requires new approaches to performance management and engaging employees.
Performance management in high-performance companies is driven by a strategic purpose: to engage all of the organization’s talent in gathering momentum toward the accomplishment of its mission. But building and sustaining a high-performance culture focused on continuous improvement and organizational strength requires new approaches to performance management.
The Performance Management & Engagement Exchange, a research-driven working group, focuses on critical elements such as developing a strategic approach to performance management and employee engagement--one that drives a performance culture and supports high performance on a global scale. Benefits »
Current projects and priorities
The group is currently focusing on conducting research, developing tools and discussing via multi-day forums and virtual working sessions best and next practices related to:
- Performance culture
Creating a coaching, learning, and feedback-rich culture to enhance performance.
- Integrated performance management practices
Building integrated performance management systems that align talent management and business functions across the organization.
- Engagement ownership
How to best shift and enhance ownership and accountability of engagement from HR to operating leaders.
- Lean performance management
Building lean performance management systems that are directly focused on stakeholder and customer needs and value-added activities.
- Linkage to business KPIs
How to develop linkage of engagement survey results to business-specific performance indicators and/or other metrics.
- Leadership capability
Enhancing leadership capability that aligns directly with business strategy and workforce planning requirements.
- Tools and applications
Exploring practical and tactical tools, technology, metrics and real-world examples from high-performance organizations, including effective technology implementation.
Vendors and consultants are not permitted to participate.