Webvent

Performance Management Redefined

Monday, May 15, 2017 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jennifer Haineault, Talentspace Consultant, Saba Software

The concept of performance management isn't dead, but it's definitely different. People and their expectations of work have changed. People want more than just a paycheck; they want the direction, feedback, and support they need to be their best.

If you're interested in redefining performance management from a top-down process to one that's a shared responsibility at your organization, join us on this webcast to find out:

  • what you need to do first
  • how to design a program to suit your organization's needs
  • key considerations for rolling out your program
  • how to know if the program is working.

With corporate retention and engagement levels stagnating or dropping across North America, the time has never been better to redefine what "performance" and "management" mean for your organization.

MEMBER-ONLY
Registration

This Webcast is available only to members.   Sign in if you are a member.   Learn more about becoming a member.

This Webcast has ended, but you can view its content in the archive below.
Archive

Please register above to view this Webcast.

Presenter

Jennifer Haineault
Jennifer Haineault

Talentspace Consultant, Saba Software

Results and client-focused, Jennifer has more than 10 years’ experience within the professional services field helping organizations to select, develop, manager and retain their top talent. Jennifer has been with Saba for close to three years, having worked with over 100 unique clients from a variety of industries, to generated and execute a launch plan, ensuring the success of implementing Saba's suite of products. She specializes in areas related to employee engagement, talent recruitment, management and development, and workforce planning. Jennifer has a bachelors in business and psychology, and an education degree.


Invite Others

Enter email addresses of people you want to invite, separated by commas.