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    « PODCAST: #HRHappyHour 335 - Discovering the Next Great HR Technology Company | Main | Expect Great Things »
    Monday
    Aug202018

    PODCAST: #HRHappyHour 334 - Driving Engagement and Results with Performance Management

    HR Happy Hour 334 - Driving Engagement and Results with Performance Management

    Sponsored by Virgin Pulse - www.virginpulse.com

    Hosts: Steve BoeseTrish McFarlane

    Guest: Michael Heller, iRevu

    Listen HERE

    This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve and Trish are joined by Michael Heller or iRevu, an HR technology provider of performance and goal management solutions to talk about how performance management is evolving, how organizations are making the transition from the traditional annual performance review process to something more frequent and impactful, and how leaders and managers can get better at providing useful and productive feedback more regularly. 

    Michael also shared his insights on how organizations can still manage downstream processes like compensation and rewards in a 'no performance rating' environment and his tips for making feedback more effective - namely, focusing on transparency, honesty, and directness.

    Additionally, we discussed the naming of dogs, our best bosses ever, the advice Steve was given on his first day at a 'real' job, and we celebrated a recent HR Happy Hour Show milestone - 1 Million downloads!

    You can listen to the show on the show page HERE, on your favorite podcast app, or by using the widget player below:

    This was a fun and interesting show, thanks to Michael for joining us.

    Remember to subscribe to the HR Happy Hour Show on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts - just search for 'HR Happy Hour'.

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