Fantastic feedback from our HRBP workshop!

For more information about Improvid Performance Consulting visit our Human Performance Improvement website. Our recent HR Business Partnering Workshop in Johannesburg was a phoneomenal success! Here is some of the great feedback we’ve since received (and a few photographs!): “I really gained a lot of insight into what is out there in the HR space. We get so caught up in […]

The fall of traditional PM systems

For decades organisations have been fixated on performance management systems that measure and rate an individual’s performance.  Managers tirelessly try to improve their staff’s performance and productivity and seldom succeed.  In addition, the whole process often leaves employees anxious and demotivated. So why is this practice continuing? It seems the system is broken… What started as a sound theory […]

7 Questions on managing employee performance

Human Resources and Training Managers who are responsible for HR budgets have to tighten their belts and understand where the money is being spent and why. Often service providers and internal performance consultants suggest solutions and interventions for performance opportunities and problems without substantiated evidence of where the gaps are, what caused the performance gaps, […]

Is it time to reset your performance results?

 “Maximise results and improve the bottom line”. These buzz words are here to stay for quite a while longer as companies strive to work towards recovery in the wake of the recession. Referring as much to people as to systems, this focus has boosted business for professionals and consultants working in the field of Performance […]

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Welcome!

For more information about Improvid Performance Consulting visit our Human Performance Improvement website. Welcome to my blog, where I share my thoughts on performance-related issues. I look forward to engaging with you.