More and more studies are coming to the same conclusion: traditional performance management processes in organizations are NOT delivering better performance results, and in particular, not engaging and motivating employees.
Recent research in neuroscience, and the results from applying a coach approach to managing people in organizations, has shown to:
• Better engage employees in their work and their role.
• Increase employee accountability and responsibility for their results.
• Build the capability of employees to deliver improved results.
• Create more positive, constructive behaviours.
Isn’t it time to focus on coaching employees to take ownership and accountability for their own development, rather than a “tell” approach that really only supports the manager’s agenda?
It’s no wonder that most employees think their Performance Management Process is a waste of time.