The Performance Management Makeover

How the Makeover Change Model Helps Performance Management

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39 pages
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 English
This eBook shares how one company used an 8-step performance management makeover to completely renovate their traditional performance management process to one that engages and retains employees.
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About the author

Rhonda Reeves is a speaker, facilitator, and learning designer leading a corporate learning & development team for a large manufacturing company. She is a thought leader who insists that all learning and development projects satisfy 3 requirements: they must be relevant, have real-time application...

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Content

  • Figures
  • About the author
  • Introduction
  1. Assemble the right design team – identify champions and stakeholders
  2. Open yourself to change – release assumptions
  3. Look at comps – gather research and benchmark data
  4. Take it down to the studs – reveal the reasons for change
  5. Define your style – align to needs, values and culture
  6. Determine design principles – guide decision-making
  7. Build and beautify – develop tools and test
  8. Reveal the transformation – market test and sell
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography

During the last decade, the performance management makeover movement has picked up as much steam as popular home makeover shows. This eBook shares how the makeover change model can be applied to performance management, as one company used an 8-step process to completely transform their traditional process to one that engages their employees and managers, while also supporting talent retention.

About the author

Rhonda Reeves is a speaker, facilitator, and learning designer leading a corporate learning & development team for a large manufacturing company. She is a thought leader who insists that all learning and development projects satisfy 3 requirements: they must be relevant, have real-time application, and create real business impact.