If performance management really worked, then more than 15% of employees would be actively engaged (Gallup 2017).
And leaders would stop micro-managing and start coaching, while HR would focus on talent and culture, not tick & flick compliance.
At Think One Team we created Performance Partnering to shift the paradigm on the relationship between leaders and the people they lead.
Our simple tools and agile approach sets up conversations that create the sense of purpose, growth and enjoyment that really lifts engagement.
Performance Management. Is there another business process that wastes so much time, damages trust and delivers so little value? No wonder it's a magnet for criticism!
Enough. We decided to stop the negativity by designing something to inspire people to align, collaborate and learn with agility and true partnering.
That meant starting with a new mindset to create better conversations about performance.
Achieve. Develop. Enjoy. Partner. That's a high performance mindset.
People want to achieve meaningful outcomes, develop and grow, enjoy their work and foster collegiate partnering relationships.
Performance Partnering makes that happen. By reinventing the performance conversation.