Rethinking Performance Management to Boost Engagement and Productivity

Rethinking Performance Management to Boost Engagement and Productivity

Traditional Performance Management is broken. 95 percent of managers surveyed by Mercer were dissatisfied with their organization’s performance management system, with just 3 percent saying theirs delivered “exceptional value.” According to a Gallup survey, only 2 in 10 employees say their performance is managed in a way that motivates them to do outstanding work. Dysfunctional performance management leads to lower employee engagement and productivity and contributes significantly to a poor employee experience. Hear how Allegion is rethinking their performance management process to drive ongoing conversations between managers and employees that focus on strengths, drive engagement and deliver outstanding business results. Learn:

  • How emerging workplace expectations demand a shift from performance management to performance development
  • How to develop and test a prototype system
  • How continual performance conversations, focused on leveraging strengths, drives higher engagement and better business results

Presentation by:

  1. Maigen Rowe, Director, Employee Experience, Allegion
  2. Dodie Sheffield, Manager, Talent Management, Allegion

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