Employee Performance: Page 2
Entrepreneurs should move away from a traditional EPM model to employee performance development (EPD).
Smooth work-life balance helps workers feel more motivated and less frustrated at work
When an employee is performing poorly, your first question isn't so much why the problem has occurred as what you're going to do about it.
According to Gallup, About 37% employees in the United States work from home, accounting for two days every month.
Managers and employees alike are stressing because they're about to have their dreaded year-end performance review. Fix that.
Flexible scheduling and open feedback loops build trust with incoming employees. Companies shouldn't be surprised if older workers appreciate those changes, too.
When you set objectives, your job is to clearly relay your expectations to the employee.
Effective leaders manage performance by continually reinforcing their criteria for success.
It is not whether it's positive or negative that determines its quality, it's how it's delivered. Wanna help? Do it this way.
Key action points for sustainable and effective organizational structure
Founders are obsessive about optimization. Exercise is hands down the best way to optimize future personal performance. Do it.
One problem may be that 42 percent of U.S. employees surveyed said they didn't take a single vacation day in 2014.
'The Little Mermaid' and Hans Christian Andersen are hardly Denmark's greatest successes. Actually, that country could teach 'no-vacation nation' a thing or two.