One of the most daunting tasks managers face is dealing with an underperforming employee. Traditional approaches to performance management often leave managers unequipped to deliver constructive performance feedback. As a result, employees feel demoralized and defensive rather than motivated to succeed.
It doesn't have to be this way.
View this webinar and you’ll gain insights into:
- Why traditional performance management makes correcting underperformance so challenging
- How a modern approach to performance management impacts employee engagement and productivity
- How to adopt a five-step process for diagnosing employee performance issues
- How to address underperformance in a way that feels good to the employee
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