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Schrödinger’s Performance Reviews – Both Dead and Very Alive

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In the classic thought experiment, a cat is locked in box with a flask of poison set to release at a random time. Until the box is opened and you see the result, the cat can be thought to be both dead and alive at the same time. Performance reviews seem to exist in the same way. They are both dead and alive.

We’ve been hearing the death knell for performance reviews for a few years now but aside from a few high-profile press releases from high-profile consulting companies performance reviews are still an important part of an employee contract with a company. And that is the key issue – performance reviews ensure the company and the employee are fulfilling their ends of the contract. And even in those high-profile cases – the dirty secret is they haven’t gotten rid of the review anyway.

So how can the performance review be both dead and alive? In this webinar we’ll discuss:

·     The real reason we have performance reviews
·    Who benefits from performance reviews?
·    Why those saying the review is dead are wrong.
·    Why those saying the review is alive and kicking are also wrong.

Intrigued? You should be.

Join our free webinar on Thursday, October 29 to learn more about how the future of performance reviews looks a lot like the past and also nothing like it.

Our speaker, Paul Hebert, will share his experience with performance reviews and his insights into where they are headed.

Who should attend? This webinar’s for you if you’re intrigued by the current state of performance reviews and interested in what the future holds. Join us on Thursday, October 29.

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Presented by:

Paul Hebert

Paul Hebert is a writer, speaker and consultant focused on influencing behaviors and driving business results through employees, channel partners and consumers. Over the course of his career, Paul has worked closely with clients to design influence, marketing, motivation, incentive, loyalty, recognition and reward programs to increase effectiveness and reduce costs.

Paul’s mission is to humanize the business relationships companies rely on to drive greater employee, channel and customer loyalty – and ultimately business results.

He is dedicated to creating true emotional connections often overlooked in our automated, tech-enabled world. Through the use of proven motivational theory, behavioral economics and social psychology he has driven extraordinary company performance for his clients. Paul is widely considered an expert on motivation and incentives and has been interviewed by the BBC, quoted in USATODAY, published in Loyalty360 magazine, published whitepapers and articles for HRM Magazine. He is a regular speaker at state SHRM events, led multiple webinars on engagement, is a contributing author on the Fistful of Talent blog, writer and founding member of the editorial advisory board at the HRExaminer website, co-author of “Enterprise Engagement: The Textbook: A Roadmap to Achieving Organizational Results Through People” and is the Social Media Editor for the Enterprise Engagement Alliance.