Below, you will find all the blogs written by this author.
The most successful individuals, teams, and organizations create a plan that gives direction, which sets a focus for the entire organization. To keep the course, those expectations and goals are revisited throughout the year on a systematic and regular basis.
Many of you may have heard about Talbit Beyond and that it is 2.0, the new version of Talbit – helping you take your employee-driven development to the next level. I would like to share you 3 reasons, why we created Talbit Beyond.
“The introduction and implementation of Talbit is a strong message from our management to us employees,” one talbitter told us after Talbit was implemented into their organization.
To succeed in your Business Development Goals, involve and develop your employees systematically. Do you have an active Business Development department? If yes, what does it do? Who is part of it? How many people are involved? A small party who gets to do all the fun?
Why OKR? Why did you choose it as the framework for Talbit? Questions I get asked frequently. That’s why I decided to blog about it.Concrete. Transparent. Understanding on colleagues’ skills and work. The link between me and company strategy. Elements that I intuitively thought would need to be part of Talbit — the tool to help you grow your talent bit by bit.
As I still run into cases and companies that follow the traditional/annual personal development review -process, I decided to blog about one of my favorite topics: The employee driven development -process.For companies looking to start a transformation, this is your read.
“Annual performance reviews are costly and exhausting, swallowing on average 7.5hrs of manager’s time for each direct report. Only 6% of HR leaders think it’s worth the time it takes.”
Type type type type type type type….” until your fingers are numb — a comment from a Team leader prepping for his yearly performance appraisal -discussions and filling in the performance documents for each and every subordinate in his team. There were 10 of them.How many of those 10 were able to put all the typed text into full use and utilize it to its max when reaching set targets and altering behaviours to support growth and creating customer value?