As many organizations approach their 2021 performance management season, we are reminded of the importance of coaching throughout the year. Coaching is not only boosts individual performance but it also improves engagement with the desired outcome of retaining the best and brightest.
Benjamin Franklin said “If you fail to plan you plan to fail.”. Do you consider yourself highly organized, disorganized, or somewhere in between? Fear not. Diane McKenna, Implementation Consultant at TalentQuest, shares some easy tips to keep you on track and make this year’s annual talent cycle smooth and successful.
Destiny Sessums & Melody HaskellDestiny & Melody are Jr. Product Owners at TalentQuest. Destiny joined TalentQuest in August 2020 and has a background in privacy and security software. Melody joined TQ in March 2021, with experience as a Business Analyst. Their responsibilities include writing requirements for enhancements and changes to TalentQuest’s Talent Management platform.
Coming back to work is an adjustment for their people just like being asked to work remotely was.
How can you compare parenting success with increasing software user adoption? In both cases you need to understand that not everyone learns at the same rate and that you need to celebrate wins – big or small! Rachel Finglass, TalentQuest’s President of Global Talent Management, shares lessons learned in parenting and how they can apply to managing the successful adoption of enterprise software.
Michael HarveyAs User Experience Architect at TalentQuest, Michael is responsible for leading interface design efforts while collaborating with product teams to enhance usability based on client and end-user feedback. His over 20 years of digital experience includes UI/UX design, creative direction, front-end development, and email marketing. Michael is a graduate of The Pratt Institute and…
You can never really understand a person until you climb into their shoes and walk around in them for a while
How can we take a very ‘human’ challenge and apply technology to address it, at scale, in a way that doesn’t ‘de-humanize’ it.
Once you’ve identified the end goal for your team, set it aside and focus your efforts on helping them to identify and develop those incremental behaviors and skills needed to deliver on those results
Organizations that succeed at understanding their employees find it easier to create a “good day” blueprint.