Lisa-Anne Ferris Ph. D.
Director of Client Services, Enterprise Learning Solutions
Day Two: Monday, March 25, 2019
Monday, March 25th, 2019
4:05 PM Transitioning from Traditional Employee Assessments to a Less Formal, Interactive Format Increased Engagement and Productivity
The incoming employee segment’s unique communication style and career preferences simply cannot be ignored if you wish to attract and retain their talent. Demonstrating a career plan, providing instant and frequent performance feedback, and conducting informal evaluations are viewed by this generation as attractive total rewards elements. We will examine how one organization successfully moved beyond formal annual employee evaluations to a less formal approach. By conducting quarterly career planning and impromptu feedback sessions they ultimately improved manager-employee communication, employee engagement, satisfaction, and retention.