In 2017, the NeuroLeadership Institute gathered over 200 companies in Silicon Valley for a day to discuss what the future of performance management might look
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Employees that have their social needs met are more likely to feel engaged in their jobs and less likely to look for greener pastures elsewhere.
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Due to the effects of bias, managers may be conducting performance reviews in such a way that sets employees on unwanted career paths for years.