Performance Management – The Engaged Employee

At Leadership For Leaders we encourage leaders to spend more time with good performers and less time with poor performers. This means, leaders should intentionally look for performance that meets or exceeds standards. Leaders should go out of their way to recognize and reward this good performance. Couching and mentoring techniques (discussed in a separate program) can be used to more fully engage good performers.

Benefits Include —

– Improved employee morale
– Improved employee engagement
– Improved employee retention
– Improved productivity
– Improved organizational culture
– Improved trust
– Improved leader-staff relationships
– Improved transparency
– Improved strategic planning
– Improved organizational outcomes