i4cp’s report The Productivity Predicament notes that optimizing productivity requires a trusting work environment and a culture that prioritizes both the what and how of achieving the organization’s goals. Further, managers and leaders who are good at setting goals, providing frequent developmental feedback, and performance coaching engender more trust in their employees. So, what role can the performance management function play in supporting these efforts?
Members will share examples of training for trust, creating transparent communications and expectations, providing opportunities for rewards and recognition, and other levers they use to develop trust and psychological safety.
- Considerations in building a culture of trust, which is essential for productivity to flourish within organizations
- Strategies to help leaders translate organizational goals into individual goals
- How to train for trust and psychological safety
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