ADDRESSING AGILITY AND BIAS IN YEAR-END PROCESSES

I am hoping that you are planning to join us for this Tuesday’s Performance Management Exchange conversation. Based on the feedback provided from our last meeting (and the ongoing leadership from Rev, Nick and Angela), we addressed two timely and critical topics:

  • In this year of nearly-unprecedented disruption, what are the do’s and don’ts to ensure meaningful year-end conversations between managers and employees? How must managers show up, and what’s required to support them?
  • Bias is no longer something to be managed, it has to be mitigated to greatest extent possible. What are some of the ways that bias may show up in this year’s talent processes that might be different from years past? What are examples of creative steps being taken to address it?

Also, we were joined by Anna Tavis, PhD, clinical associate professor of human capital management at New York University and an editor at People + Strategy magazine. To familiarize yourself with Anna’s work, please refer to the following Harvard Business Review article in which she is prominently featured, How to do Performance Reviews, Remotely. 



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