Webvent

Performance development and goal setting for agile teams

Tuesday, May 5, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Sahra Kaboli-Nejad, Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp

More companies are moving to agile working processes because of the digital revolution and transforming nature of working across borders. Instead of strict hierarchies, organizations like Gore, ING, and Spotify are changing how they work to become more collaborative and enable effective decision making.

For HR teams, this means creating ways to support cross-functional teams as well as designing systems that move and adapt as fast as the company so employees can continue to grow and develop.

Join us on May 5 at 2 p.m. ET or 11 a.m. PT for an interactive webcast with Culture Amp's senior people scientist Sahra Kaboli-Nejad. We’ll dive deeply into this mindset shift and how you can set up your teams and company for success.

You’ll come away learning:
 

  • what is causing this structural change in the workplace
  • what agile performance management looks like
  • best practices for creating processes that enable and support agile growth.  

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Presenter

Sahra Kaboli-Nejad
Sahra Kaboli-Nejad

Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp

Sahra Kaboli-Nejad has been working at Culture Amp since January 2019, and her passion lies in helping organizations make data-informed decisions around their people problems. She has had a wide range of experiences, including working internally and externally with key stakeholders to identify opportunities to improve employee engagement and experience. She has a master’s in industrial organizational psychology and is currently pursuing her doctorate from the University of Nebraska Omaha. Her research interests include the role of job advertisements in career preferences, gender differences in academic interests, and employee engagement.


Sponsors

  • Culture Amp

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