Performance Management Workshop
Thursday, November 10
8:30 a.m. - Noon
Lenhart Grand Ballroom, Bowen-Thompson Student Union
Is your organization still relying on outdated performance management systems?
Join us and learn about the latest advances in performance management research and practice, specifically focusing on promising strategies for reforming performance management away from its current state – administratively burdensome, low value, and almost uniformly loathed – to actually supporting employee engagement and performance improvement.
There are effective approaches to driving behavior change and performance, but these don’t reside in our standard performance management and learning approaches. Instead, they reside in new approaches to performance management system design and learning which will be the subject of this workshop.
Your day includes round table discussions, business case studies and two feature presentations.
Dr. Elaine Pulakos has spent her career working with organizations to design and implement talent management systems and processes in the areas of staffing and assessment, performance management, leadership development and succession management. Dr. Pulakos has authored numerous articles, chapters, and books, as well as three best-practice volumes for the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM).
Dr. Sharon Arad has over 20 years of proven results in helping drive global enterprise strategy and growth across multiple industries. She has extensive experience designing and implementing innovative, break-through talent strategies and programs in the government and private sectors. Dr. Arad held leadership positions at Cargill and IBM, providing thought leadership, strategy, design and implementation expertise of key talent management programs.