Despite the traditional annual appraisal model being universally panned as outdated and ineffective by the HR & Talent community - many mid to large size organisations are still struggling with making the step to a modern and employee-centric performance approach.
In this webinar we are joined by thought-leader Lucy Adams, CEO of Disruptive HR and ex HR Director of the BBC, who has spoken passionately about this subject for years, boldly declaring: “I want to rid the world of annual appraisals. I want to see an end to this soul-sucking, energy-draining, life-reducing process.”
This session is not about beating up on an already defeated model. It’s about crystallising a way forward that HR leaders can take hold of in order to drive tangible steps forward on their journey towards sunsetting the dreaded annual performance review.
In this webinar we’ll explore:
- The power of simplicity. Simple model. Simple language. Simple tech.
- Adult to Adult HR, Management, Employee relationship dynamics
- Post-appraisal management of pay and reward
- Facilitating a culture of regular developmental conversations and frequent feedback
Before a Q&A session, we’ll also be joined by Stuart Hearn, former HR Director of Sony Music and CEO of performance technology provider Clear Review who have successfully helped nearly 150 organisations ditch annual appraisals by implementing a model of real-time feedback, agile goals and ongoing developmental conversations.
We’re passionate about building a better workplace - we look forward to sharing our learnings and answering your questions.
About Clear Review
Clear Review has helped 150 companies make the shift away from annual appraisals. With two key differentiators, subject matter expertise and the simplest performance tech in the world, the Clear Review model leverages the three core pillars of performance. Agile Goals, Real-Time Feedback, and Developmental Conversations. The Talent Snapshots functionality enables HR to collate talent data to inform pay and promotion decisions. Join the movement.