Why Measuring Employee Adherence to Your Company’s Core Values is So Important?

Core values are more than just words on paper; they’re often the defining fabric of the organization itself. Here are some of the reasons why measuring the core values is must for the organizations:   The pressing need for organization…

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Seven Simple Measures to Make Your Employees Really Engaged

In a magic cube, every face needs to be aligned and coordinated to complete the puzzle. Employee engagement, like a magic cube, is multi-faceted with its own shades. Likewise, everything matters when it comes to ‘employee engagement’ – employees’ work…

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Evolution to the 'Employees First' culture

Witness to the complete evolution: ‘Clients First’ to ‘Employees First’

A transformation that the corporate culture is currently undergoing: the ‘Employees First’ culture   “If you treat employees as if they make a difference to the company, they will make a difference” – Jim Goodnight   What Was Once upon…

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Employee Performance Rating: Do we Keep it or Scrap it!

Employee performance rating has become the modern day blasphemy in the corporate world. Fortune 500 companies have either scrapped or moving away from annual appraisal system. Technology giants like IBM, Microsoft and Dell showed the way and the professional services…

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Top 50 Problems people face with Performance Appraisals

(Some) 90 percent of performance appraisal processes are inadequate. – Salary.com survey. In conversations with HR leaders and employees, the talent management process that suffers from the most disdain around the world is the performance appraisal. It’s one of the…

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Can Employees be rated like how OLA or UBER rates the performance of its drivers?

Large multinationals like Accenture, Adobe, Microsoft are making waves by announcing that they are moving away from annual appraisals and abolishing bell curve. As we meet several companies’ right from traditional manufacturing companies to fast growing start-ups, we hear several…

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Top 7 things that drive a High Performance Culture!

I’m writing this blog introspectively to brief you on the requirements on how the process of performance assessment should be. I owe my sincere thanks to one of my colleagues whose presentation is a reference to my blog. The idea…

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Performance & Leadership Lessons from Trekking on the Himalayas

I got an opportunity to go on a Himalayan Trek with few wonderful people from www.nals.in and www.personiv.com last week.  Had fantastic time climbing the mountains towards Shethidhar Summit camp (14500 feet) near Manali, India with newly found friends. The…

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