A Business Men Climbing a Pile of Papers

If you’ve ever dreaded delivering a Performance Evaluation or if employees would rather get a root canal than sit through their review, your evaluation may need to be updated. The only reason for a manager to dread the process is if they know the feedback will lead to pushback and conflict. Employees hate them because…

Leadership

You can’t get on the interwebs without reading at least 20 blogs about Leadership every day.  This isn’t bad, but we keep trying to find the silver bullet to make leadership fit into a neat package.  This isn’t possible because of two factors:  (1) All companies are different and, (2) People are involved and they’re…

HPI Model

I initially started this series and unfortunately it stalled – I’m sorry. Life happened and it just didn’t work out to get completed. However, I am starting it back up and picking up where I left off. If you missed the replays of the initial posts in this series, check them out here:  Performance Management…

HPI Model

We are going to be rounding out our Human Performance Improvement (HPI) series, so we thought we would replay our existing posts so you can get caught up before we publish new content. Enjoy! ****** Last week, you learned about the Organizational/Business analysis in the Human Performance Improvement (HPI) model. To recap, the organizational or…

HPI Model

We are going to be rounding out our Human Performance Improvement (HPI) series, so we thought we would replay our existing posts so you can get caught up before we publish new content. Enjoy! ****** Last week I discussed the difference between performance management and human performance improvement. In case you missed the post, here is…

HPI Model

We are going to be rounding out our Human Performance Improvement (HPI) series, so we thought we would replay our existing posts so you can get caught up before we publish new content. Enjoy! ******** Today’s workplace involves more scrutiny in terms of performance, but when it comes to improving that performance what comes to…

Last week, you learned about the Organizational/Business analysis in the Human Performance Improvement (HPI) model. To recap, the organizational or business analysis is the process of identifying and clarifying company vision, mission, goals, targets, and needs. This step in the process ultimately works to assist the performance consultant understand what the organization values the most….

Last week I discussed the difference between performance management and human performance improvement. In case you missed the post, here is the high-level difference between the two: Performance Management Performance Management is usually referenced as the process of managing performance of an organization, department, or employee. Performance is typically measured by established goals and a…

Today’s workplace involves more scrutiny in terms of performance, but when it comes to improving that performance what comes to mind? Performance management or (Human) Performance Improvement? When managing performance, performance management and performance improvement can be two different things? How so you might ask. Performance Management Performance Management is usually referenced as the process…

August will be the breaking point for consistent, regular content on the Performance I Create site by our contributors. New posts will be up as soon as next week! Look for new posts on various topics to include: Human Performance Improvement Training & Telling Performance Reviews Leadership And Much More If you would like to…

You have heard it before, we must increase productivity, reduce overhead, and do it fast. Often times performance improvement and training go hand-in-hand. Whenever someone is under performing, the suits (upper management) ask, were they properly trained? But before you go upgrading all your training processes, and hire a consultant to manage performance improvement, here…

Are you ready to learn about training/learning and development, performance improvement, instructional design, and so much more? Well, the call was put out for contributors to write for the Performance I Create (PIC) blog site to share their wealth of knowledge and experience around training/learning and development, performance improvement, instructional design, etc. and I have…