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Maximizing Workforce Performance Strategies

Focusing on your people isn’t just about altruism or having a good public relations story; it can have a serious positive impact on your bottom line. Organizations with high employee engagement are 21% more profitable and have 20% higher sales than rival businesses. Companies that do a great job at engaging, motivating and developing their talent are also preparing them to address tomorrow’s business challenges while fulfilling each individual’s own career goals.
With that in mind, here are three ways to make your organization more people-focused and ensure your employees are engaged and motivated to drive growth for your business.
1. Implement a Performance Process That Looks Forward, Not Backwards Annual reviews remain the typical performance management strategy for most companies. Once a year, employees are judged on their performance over the past 12 months, given feedback on what could have been done better and may be given a promotion or pay raise. Not only is this backward-look…

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