The Secrets and Science of Great Performance Management
Jan 24, 2019
Solutions for Optimizing Performance Management
For the past few years, performance management has surprisingly dominated the discussion in the Human Resources community. Punctuated by stories in the popular and HR media about companies making radical changes, the current dialogue has left HR and business leaders confused about what might need to change and why.
Two strong voices in this debate have been The Talent Strategy Group’s Marc Effron and the NeuroLeadership Institute’s David Rock. Both bring a research-based, informed and experienced voice to this debate but propose different solutions for how to optimize performance management.
Join us as these two industry leaders debate and discuss how, and if, companies should change their approach to managing performance. You’ll learn the facts about the current trends, including what companies are really doing and whether there might be a fit for your firm.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Marc Effron leads The Talent Strategy Group and consults globally to the world’s largest and most successful corporations. He co-founded the Talent Management Institute and created and publishes Talent Quarterly magazine. He authored, with Miriam Ort, the bestseller One Page Talent Management (Harvard Business Review Publishing, 2010). His prior corporate experience includes senior talent management roles at Bank of America and Avon Products. His prior consulting experience includes starting and leading the Global Leadership Consulting practice at Hewitt Associates.
Dr. David Rock coined the term "Neuroleadership" and is the director of the NeuroLeadership Institute, a global initiative bringing neuroscientists and leadership experts together to build a new science for leadership development. David co-edits the NeuroLeadership Journal and is author of the business bestseller Your Brain at Work (Harper Business), Quiet Leadership (Harper Collins) and the textbook Coaching with the Brain in Mind (Wiley & Sons). In addition, David blogs for the Harvard Business Review, Fortune magazine, Psychology Today and the Huffington Post.