#infoHR Webinar Series:
Accelerate Team Performance with Regular Reviews
Are traditional performance reviews still relevant – Given the impact of the pandemic and changes in businesses around the world, team performances may fluctuate depending on the circumstances affecting them. Having regular reviews with employees will ensure they are on track and stay focused on their goals.
Join our #infoHR Webinar Series: Accelerate Team Performance with regular reviews on 28 May to find out how to manage your team effectively – from having regular check ins and what digital facilitation means.
Date: 28 May 2021, Friday
Time: 4pm – 5pm
Topic: Using regular check-ins to manage performance – the benefits and the technology
By Speaker: Olivier Van Loo
Performance management traditionally is a once or twice a year affair involving massive amount of paperwork that both employees and managers are weary of doing. These paper exercise may not translate to real performance improvement nor the right rewards given to employees. In the recent years, large organisations have turned to regular check-ins to manage employee performance.
Our speaker in this webinar will share with you reasons why Performance Management is evolving and the technology (Unit4 Talent Management) that is available to help you keep track of the conversation and translate that into measurable performance evaluation data.
Topic: New Approach to Improve Performance Management
By Speaker: Dr. Stephane Michaud
- Learn the new approach to setting goals
- Tips on how to enhance employee performance
- See the latest tools available for performance management
Olivier Van Loo
Senior Solution Consultant
As an organisational psychologist, Olivier’s always been fascinated by what exactly makes an organization tick. What is it that’s driving people to do what they do. Starting his career in the People & Organisational consulting department at PwC, he quickly made the shift to the start-up world for a more dynamic and hands-on perspective into the corporate world. Joining Intuo, now Unit4 Talent Management, as part of the commercial team, it quickly became apparent that a need to understand the client and his/her’s context could and should be the main focus of his working day. As Unit4 Talent Management’s value advisor, his job is to look for the value and impact Unit4 can drive through their solutions and understanding of our current and future clients’ needs.
Dr. Stephane is a French-Canadian with a doctorate degree in I/O psychology, pursuing his ikigai of contributing to the betterment of society and their organisations by helping them organise, select, develop, reward and manage their workforce.
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