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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Three Essential Components Of Employee Engagement

    Organizations of all sizes are lining up behind initiatives aimed at improving employee engagement. The rise of engagement surveys, workshops, and publications attest to the increased interest behind this concept. Yet managers, HR professionals, consultants, and academics alike often pose the simple, straight forward questions: "What is Employee Engagement and...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Targeted Training Through Talent Management

    Training programs need to align with the talent management strategy of the organization, which is tied to the overall organization strategy. There are three outcomes to this targeted approach. First, training is provided only where it is needed, thus conserving the training budget. Second, participants are more committed to learning...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Which Talent Assessment Is Best?

    Choosing the right talent assessment is critical to making sound hiring, development, and promotion decisions. Without this information, decisions can only be based on partial information, personal preferences, or the opinions of others. As a rule of thumb, organizations rely on more than one assessment for critical talent decisions, such...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    360 Degree Feedback: Migrating From Development Tool To Performance Appraisal

    Over the past five years, we have seen more and more interest in using 360-degree feedback as part of a performance appraisal process. Many organizations have made the change from using 360 degree feedback assessments strictly for development to using them for performance evaluations, talent reviews, and succession planning. The...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Do Performance Reviews Tell The Whole Story?

    For many organizations, the end of the year means Performance Reviews. These reviews are typically top-down. A manager rates his or her subordinates on their performance, and sits down with that employee in a formal review process. However, do managers really know how their employees are performing? Research suggests the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    10 Tips For Conducting 360 Degree Performance Reviews

    360 feedback provides more points of reference, measures how someone does their job, and opens up a real developmental conversation between manager and subordinate. There are differences in how a 360 degree feedback survey should be used for development as opposed to appraisal. Scores are typically elevated when 360s are...

    Provided By DecisionWise

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Targeted Training Through Talent Management

    Training programs need to align with the talent management strategy of the organization, which is tied to the overall organization strategy. There are three outcomes to this targeted approach. First, training is provided only where it is needed, thus conserving the training budget. Second, participants are more committed to learning...

    Provided By DecisionWise

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Which Talent Assessment Is Best?

    Choosing the right talent assessment is critical to making sound hiring, development, and promotion decisions. Without this information, decisions can only be based on partial information, personal preferences, or the opinions of others. As a rule of thumb, organizations rely on more than one assessment for critical talent decisions, such...

    Provided By DecisionWise

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    360 Degree Feedback: Migrating From Development Tool To Performance Appraisal

    Over the past five years, we have seen more and more interest in using 360-degree feedback as part of a performance appraisal process. Many organizations have made the change from using 360 degree feedback assessments strictly for development to using them for performance evaluations, talent reviews, and succession planning. The...

    Provided By DecisionWise

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Do Performance Reviews Tell The Whole Story?

    For many organizations, the end of the year means Performance Reviews. These reviews are typically top-down. A manager rates his or her subordinates on their performance, and sits down with that employee in a formal review process. However, do managers really know how their employees are performing? Research suggests the...

    Provided By DecisionWise

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    10 Tips For Conducting 360 Degree Performance Reviews

    360 feedback provides more points of reference, measures how someone does their job, and opens up a real developmental conversation between manager and subordinate. There are differences in how a 360 degree feedback survey should be used for development as opposed to appraisal. Scores are typically elevated when 360s are...

    Provided By DecisionWise

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Three Essential Components Of Employee Engagement

    Organizations of all sizes are lining up behind initiatives aimed at improving employee engagement. The rise of engagement surveys, workshops, and publications attest to the increased interest behind this concept. Yet managers, HR professionals, consultants, and academics alike often pose the simple, straight forward questions: "What is Employee Engagement and...

    Provided By DecisionWise