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The series: The 10 standards for Performance Improvement 

2020-07-16T13:10:30+00:00

For more information about Improvid Performance Consulting visit our Human Performance Improvement website. Part 1 of a series of articles on the 10 standards for Performance Improvement. Most of us have a favorite pair of jeans we can slip into without thinking. It is a comfort, a habit, a self-confident feeling when wearing those jeans. Unlike a tangible product like jeans, performance in any organisation is a complex issue, but it need not be uncomfortable; in fact, it should become a habit. Redefining sustainable performance in any organisation is not an easy task. And Levi Strauss & Co. understands this very well. [...]

The series: The 10 standards for Performance Improvement 2020-07-16T13:10:30+00:00

Preparing for 2020: Why spending less will achieve more

2020-07-16T13:17:18+00:00

For more information about Improvid Performance Consulting visit our Human Performance Improvement website. Economists are preparing us for a challenging 2017 and the goal is simple: ‘Spend less and achieve more’ to prepare for 2020.  While this might seem a difficult task, it’s undoubtedly possible for those managing performance at all levels to achieve – from the first-time supervisor to the executive. Recently, I showcased 8 Performance Improvement Predictions for 2017.  Today I want to take a closer look at my first prediction – People Focus – and show you how by addressing performance gaps in your organisation, you can maximise the [...]

Preparing for 2020: Why spending less will achieve more2020-07-16T13:17:18+00:00

7 Questions on managing employee performance

2020-07-16T11:56:47+00:00

Human Resources and Training Managers who are responsible for HR budgets have to tighten their belts and understand where the money is being spent and why. Often service providers and internal performance consultants suggest solutions and interventions for performance opportunities and problems without substantiated evidence of where the gaps are, what caused the performance gaps, and what the reasons are for the gaps. We also need to know how to measure and evaluate the results and their impact once the solution has been implemented. It is far more credible to report on your HR spend if evidence can be provided [...]

7 Questions on managing employee performance2020-07-16T11:56:47+00:00

Professionalise your performance knowledge

2020-07-16T11:55:18+00:00

If you're an HR professional, working in the area of performance,  you may not know you can enhance your credentials by becoming a Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) - accredited by the globally-recognised International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI). Turn your skills into an internationally-recognised accreditation If you're a senior HR practitioner wanting to professionalise your performance improvement consulting knowledge, the ISPI-accredited Certified Performance Technologist (CPT) is an internationally recognised credential that will improve your knowledge and enhance your reputation within the performance improvement field. Undertaking the CPT will help you develop your performance knowledge as well as enhance your credibility [...]

Professionalise your performance knowledge2020-07-16T11:55:18+00:00
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