Feedback | Performance

Leaders May Be Sabotaging Their Performance Reviews and Don’t Even Know It

By Chris Weller

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.

September 20th, 2018

Performance | Summit Q&A

Summit Q&A: The Motivation Science Behind Weight Loss, Learning, and Leadership

By Drake Baer

Art Markman is a renaissance man of psychological science: He holds a professorship at the University of Texas-Austin, where he’s also the director of the […]

September 18th, 2018

Feedback | Performance

The Data Is In: Your Organization Should Be Asking for Feedback

By Chris Weller

Think back to your last feedback conversation at work — how did it go? Chances are, you and your partner felt uneasy, maybe even threatened. The […]

September 17th, 2018

Culture | Feedback | Leadership | Performance

The Hidden Leverage of Feedback

By Chris Weller

Feedback is essential for organizational (and organismal) growth, but what’s the best way to give it? Typical feedback conversations are painful and extremely stress-producing. Managers […]

August 28th, 2018

Culture | Feedback | Leadership | Performance

How Microsoft Transformed Its Approach to Feedback

By Jay Dixit

Microsoft turned to the NeuroLeadership Institute to enlist our help in designing a new approach to feedback — one grounded in the neuroscience.

August 14th, 2018

Culture | Performance

Performance Management in Teams: Research Participants Needed!

By Andrea Derler, PhD

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 […]

July 19th, 2018

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