In current economic conditions, filling skill gaps by hiring externally just doesn’t make financial sense anymore. It’s simply too costly and time consuming. Instead, organisations are finding new ways to nurture their existing talent by empowering employees to continuously develop their skills, knowledge and performance.
But at a time when skill demands are changing so rapidly, HR and L&D teams need to adapt their strategies to achieve these ambitious goals. For HR leaders, this means shifting your performance management strategy to focus on continuous employee development and boosting employee retention. For L&D leaders, it’s about looking beyond traditional learning metrics and instead using performance data to really understand if your training has made the right impact.
With this in mind, 360Learning and Appraisd have partnered up to show you how to create a performance management strategy that accelerates growth from within. Hosted by 360 Feedback, this webinar joined together Jessie Jensen, HR Director and Business Partner at 360Learning, and Amira Kohler, Director of Performance and Change at Appraisd, in a session on building a performance management strategy for turbulent times.
Watch the recording to learn more about:
- Why developing existing talent is key in today’s economic climate
- The journey from conventional to continuous performance management - what it looks like and why it matters
- Why decentralised learning is key to performance improvement
- How to encourage a culture of collaboration through peer-guided learning and peer reviews
Amira is a true performance management and change management expert with a fresh voice and informed views.
Amira has worked for 30 years to help companies optimise organisational and employee performance. She has experienced the subject from every possible angle, from designing and delivering performance solutions to the programme management of global software implementations.
HR Director for Americas and leading Global Talent Management at 360Learning, Jessie has over 12 years of experience in HR, with expertise in supporting leaders and teams through hyper-growth. Jessie started her HR career at Twitter in 2010, where she worked with R&D teams to scale through IPO. Following her time at Twitter, she was the Head of HR at Plex and more recently Head of People and Operations at Projector, a small startup acquired by Medium.