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Performance

    self evaluation
    29 Dec
    How to Write a Meaningful Self Evaluation (Tips & Examples)

    One thing that we all don’t do often is give ourselves compliments (unless you’re a fearless and confident person). There’s never a specific national day that’s dedicated towards giving and receiving compliments. However, if we’re looking at it from a modern workplace perspective you’d be...

    what is performance management
    29 Dec
    What is Performance Management?

    Performance management is essentially overseeing the relationship between organisational objectives and the skills, experience and capabilities of an organisation’s employees. Overseeing this linear relationship will involve drawing and analysing the aligned results developed. These results emerge from different stages through business activity – either the...

    positive feedback
    22 Dec
    7 Tips for Giving Great Positive Feedback

    One of the most common problems almost 90% of employees suffer in the workplace is a lack of positive feedback. This situation is found in most of the organisations and unfortunately most of the employees have to go through this crisis.  Feedback deficiency occurs everywhere, irrespective...

    employee performance
    30 Oct
    How to Manage Employee Performance?

    There are several dimensions that are essentials to understand in order to create an effective employee performance management program. This time sensitive matter needs to be under constant supervision in order to work well. Getting a pulse of how things are going lies at the...

    When Wellness Programs Go Overboard
    11 Oct
    When Workplace Health & Wellbeing Programs Go Overboard

    Welcome to the era of wellbeing! A time in which people watch what they eat, how many hours they sleep, track their calorie intake, and pretty much any food they ingest to the point of turning into an obsession. Nowadays, more and more employers encourage their...

    The Neuroscience of Collaboration: Building Strong Teams
    22 Sep
    The Neuroscience of Collaboration: Building Strong Teams

    Humans have an innate ability to connect and collaborate.  In fact, some say it’s a biological need. As we grow and develop we crave human interaction – regardless of how extraverted or introverted we might think we are. So if we genuinely desire to collaborate,...

    6 Good Reasons to Use Timesheets
    19 Sep
    6 Good Reasons to Use Timesheets

    Timesheets might seem like a dull and boring tool to use at first but they can help you get the most out of your workforce while improving productivity. Here we give you six good reasons to implement timesheets sooner rather than later. 1. Billing your clients One...

    Motivating Your Troops With Gamification
    12 Sep
    Boosting Your HR with a Gamification Program

    Gamification or in other words, the application of game mechanisms to other non-game areas, has spread to many domains in the past few years: social media, loyalty programs, and of course… HR! But since the word has become a staple of the business world, have...

    Employee Performance and Productivity
    07 Sep
    The Difference Between Employee Performance and Productivity

    We often tend to be confused when it comes to making the distinction between employee performance and productivity. Generally, we don't manage to grasp the subtle differences between the management of these two concepts. While productivity management comes down to HR management systems, performance management...

    Why Peer to Peer Relationships Are Important
    03 Aug
    Why Peer-to-Peer Relationships Are Important Between Managers

    We all know that having relationships is important (arguable by those who are anti-social – however, since you’re on management’s side you should have some sort of communication skill locked in). Relationships help us flourish in ways we never thought we could. They act as...