Posts Tagged: employee performance

The Annual Performance Review vs. the Competency Assessment

Federal agencies should implement two performance management processes: the traditional process mandated by OPM, which reviews the accomplishments and shortcomings of the past year as well as forward-looking assessment of competency benchmarks, to project readiness in current and future roles.

Performance Appraisal Data is Complicated. Here’s Why.

When conducted properly, performance appraisals offer a valuable opportunity to discuss work activities and goals, correct existing problems and encourage positive performance.

4 Reasons Why Giving and Receiving Performance Feedback is Important

Feedback is important, especially in performance management.

7 Risks of Poorly Implemented Performance Management Programs

Performance management programs can provide considerable benefits to government organizations; however, poorly implemented programs can lead to detrimental organizational outcomes. Read on to explore seven high-impact dangers of poorly implemented performance management programs.

The Top 5 Advantages of an Effective Performance Management Program

Performance management programs have more benefits than you may think.

Federal Talent Acquisition and Performance Management — People Analytics is the Way Forward

When I talk with federal human capital officers about some of the challenges agencies face confronting the prospect of moving toward a more analytical approach to federal talent acquisition and federal performance management, here’s some of what I hear: – “I know it’s important, but the thought of really ‘doing’ Talent or People Analytics is… Read more »

The Way Out of the Federal Leadership and Employee Engagement Crisis? Talent Analytics

The number of questions that can be answered by analytics is virtually endless. And the answers can provide the necessary insight to help direct an agency to pay more or less attention to particular areas that can have the highest or most immediate impact. This is a much more thoughtful, insightful and accountable approach than… Read more »