Performance Management in Teams: Research Participants Needed!

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Does work in your organization get done in teams? Does your performance management approach reflect this reality of interdependent work contributions? If so, we’d like to hear from you.

In the coming weeks, the Neuroleadership Institute’s industry research team will interview human resources, talent, and business leaders who manage performance in team settings. If this applies to you and you are available for a 60-minute research interview, we would love to hear from you!

Please email us and we will be in touch!

What are we trying to learn?

Increasingly, work gets done in teams, and teams of teams. Unfortunately, performance management still tends to focus on the individual, often ignoring people’s contributions to the larger group. With this qualitative research project, we want to learn if and how organizations have begun to adapt their performance management process to teams.

Why participate?

Your participation in this research project will be deeply appreciated, and sharing your experiences will inform others who are embarking on a similar journey. It is also an opportunity to showcase progressive human capital practices for your organization — serving recruiting, branding, and other business objectives.

As a thank you for your time and effort, you will receive an exclusive report of our findings when available.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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