Businesses perform better when their employees are motivated, focused and engaged
That's why a people-centric approach to performance management isn’t just good for people. It’s good for business. Find out more in the OpenBlend guide.
75% of resigning employees cite bad management as a reason for leaving. A people-centric approach supports businesses to build better relationships between managers and their employees.
The most effective employee-manager 1:1s are those that are employee-led and put the individual's needs at the heart of the performance process. A people-centric approach works with this in mind.
People want to work for companies that put their needs high on the priority list, value their contributions and show them they care. People-centric performance management is built around these values.