Leaders who talk to their people about performance on a regular basis, not just once a year, do themselves the biggest favor in being unbiased.
In many organizations, performance management conversations happen maybe four times a year. NLI knows how to make them a regular part of work life.
The AGES Model helps organizations take a new approach to learning efforts, turning mandatory events into meaningful experiences.
Scientific research suggests there are three key habits around quality conversations that leaders can build to improve employee engagement and retention.
Emails, texts, chats, and spur-of-the-moment conversations are all common distractions at work. Research suggests it's hurting organizations' bottom lines.
Insights, those eureka moments where you suddenly see the world totally different, don’t happen when most people may expect them.
Conventional wisdom says leaders must prepare for specific change events. The reality is change is constant, so adaptability is key.
The research has made it clear: Creating a culture of feedback is the most critical driver of positive organizational and financial outcomes.