Performance reviewing in a high performance world
Performance reviewing is a vital high performance rhythm aimed at helping someone learn from their performance. It might confirm strengths or highlight important weaknesses. It might examine attitudes and use […]
Performance reviews - Essential or a chore?
High performers love performance reviewing. Without reviewing there is no learning, no improvement and no progress. It’s not just an annual exercise and it’s definitely not something you do just […]
Take control of your performance review
It’s a great feeling when you take control of your performance reviewing. It’s your performance, so assert your ownership and responsibility.
Most Leaders don’t use performance reviewing properly and the performance of those they lead suffers as a result. 55% of people don’t think their performance reviews are effective*. And that’s […]
John Lewis and high performance
I had the privilege of meeting Sir Stuart Hampson, ex-chairman of John Lewis talk about their famed level of employee engagement and customer satisfaction. Much of what he said reinforces […]
Are you Superman or a target monkey?
I’ve got a Superman tattoo and I sometimes get asked why – mainly by my exasperated and disappointed mother but not exclusively. Perhaps I believe I share some of his abilities […]
Knowing me, knowing you...
All of the best teams that rise to the top of their performance arena usually have an extra dimension to their armoury – they really make the most of the […]
Why Employee Engagement is in danger of disappearing up its own arse
In episode 12 Chris Shambrook talks to Keith Hatter about his popular LinkedIn article on Employee engagement. Sit back and enjoy!
An interview with Dr Tom Evens
Dr Tom Evens is an outstanding emergency medicine consultant and we had the privilege of interviewing him at our recent PerformanceFest Lounge event. Sit back and enjoy this fascinating interview, performance decoded […]
Dr Tom Evens saving lives
Dr Tom Evens is an outstanding emergency medicine consultant and we had the privilege of interviewing him at our recent PerformanceFest Lounge event. Here’s a taster from his compelling interview. […]
If you have the word leader in your title then you're doubly responsible.
HR's job is to lead on making people perform better, not be happier.