Let’s face it. Even in a healthy working relationship, coaching someone on their personal goals can feel awkward. Many managers work hard to keep business and personal
The word assessment triggers a lot of emotional responses in people. Self-assessment often “feels” okay because we have a great relationship with the evaluator. But having
If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me “What do I do about millennials?” I’d be a wealthy woman.
Everyday I have
From time to time, organizations ask us how the 9-Box Performance Model works in tandem with Performance Culture’s performance values matrix. For companies who are using
George Bernard Shaw once said “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” We’ve all seen this notion play out
Performance Culture founder, Dallas Romanowski, and President, Melissa Phillippi, describe how its performance management software can improve both performance in an organization and workplace satisfaction. Clients discuss what
The following is an excerpt from a letter Ken Bram, President/Ausco, Inc., wrote to his peer advisory board. It’s a great example of a company moving to adopt