Why Remote Work Requires Rethinking Performance Conversations
Date & Time: Monday, February 8, 2021 2:00 pm ET
Ben Brooks, Founder & CEO, PILOT
The rapid transition to remote work has upended every aspect of how organizations manage their talent, and it appears that remote work, even in hybrid structures, will be a structural change post-pandemic. Many HR leaders are asking “how does remote work impact our performance management and employee development practices?”
Ben Brooks, CEO & Founder of career development platform Pilot, has been working to answer this question for years, both as a remote-first company themselves, and in helping their customers modernize their career development practices for the future of work.
HR leaders in 2021 will be asked to modernize, upgrade and adapt how employees get evaluated and are given feedback. Are you prepared to answer this question? Join us for an inspiring, insightful and action-focused conversation to help you be one step ahead of changes you’ll be asked to lean into.
In addition to this being the best hour of your day, attendees can expect to walk away with:
- Distinctions between supervision and development, and why those should be separated in remote performance conversations
- Methods to make performance evaluation an embedded part of recurring management supervision rather than an annual event
- A compelling 4-part future-focused developmental feedback model
- Structured next steps to take this from idea and inspiration into implementation and action