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From 2015 to 2020, the Conference Board’s Performance Management Conference explored the best practices in Performance Management in global companies. But there has been a cataclysmic shift in workforce dynamics that have challenged Talent management practices significantly, especially Performance Management.
Today, mindsets have shifted. Approaches to long-term goal setting and individual appraisals have been revised, and organizations question the viability of traditional support systems. In the long run, the managerial capability to be adaptable and relevant takes on greater importance than ever.
Changes in performance management practices require contextual alignment that both engages employees and drives success. This conference will examine the current innovations in managing performance and talent overall, and will reconcile the needs of the individual employee and the organization for processes that support talent and business strategies.
Benefits of Attending:
- Learn performance management design techniques that work or fail
- Hear about results of performance management redesign processes
- Consider management development initiatives to ensure success
- Link with career development, engagement, and DEI initiatives
A few trends have emerged and will continue to provide opportunities for organizations to refresh their thinking and practices in managing performance in today’s environment.
- Transcendent Purpose: employees are seeking purpose and value in their work. How they contribute to the organizations’ bottom line, reputation and social capital have been emerging in recent years, but the social unrest and work-at-home experiences have catalyzed much self-reflection.
- Virtual Collaboration: being accountable for team goals, achieving work across departments, domains, and areas of expertise have increased. In addition, work-at-home arrangements have democratized Performance as employees interact with peers and colleagues across the organization, giving them access and voice that may differ from in-office experiences.
- Consistent Learning: for managers to succeed, they must adopt more effective skills at managing remote workers, communicating more often, more effectively, and differently, which necessitate a more robust and varied skill set. Similarly, employees at all levels are challenged to learn how to adapt to changing nature of business relationships, influence strategies, and time management as they face daily challenges in balancing or navigating their new work-life situations.
Who Should Attend:
Directors and Vice Presidents of:
- Human Capital Management
- Centers of Excellence for Compensation and Performance Management
- HR Shared Services
- Corporate Analytics
- Diversity & Inclusion
If you would like to get involved in this year’s conference, please contact us.
- Speaking Opportunities: firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Marketing Partnerships: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Group Registrations: email@example.com
This event is Complimentary for The Conference Board members and $495 for non-members. Register now to join us live or to watch later on-demand.