By using growth mindset, we can give performance reviews that are more accurate, less threatening, and support our team members to develop and succeed.
A recent poll suggests that HR leaders may see manager capabilities as a major obstacle in performance management, but they say the solution lies elsewhere.
Leaders often feel overwhelmed with all the training options at their disposal. Here's how to really scale learning, according to the science.
Research has shown that leaders can improve multiple aspects of performance management by helping their teams to build a growth mindset.
Meaningful learning can’t occur when our brains are flooded with information. That's why creating coherence in corporate learning content is so important.
Growth mindset is instrumental for creating the right performance management, as it builds resilience in people and helps them embrace challenges.
When leaders create the "conditions for insight," as NLI calls them, they're able to unlock the greatest creative potential from their teams.
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.