“In Case You Missed It: Best Performance Management Articles this Month”

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We’re pleased to kick-off our latest content marketing cycle, In Case You Missed It: Best Performance Management Articles this Month, where we’ll bring each month’s must-read articles right to your inbox. Here are the top five articles that sparked our interest in May:

  1. It’s no secret that millennials have already begun taking over the workforce, but when they start to manage employees who are older than them, how should they best handle it? Business Insider provided 3 tips on managing people older than you, from a millennial – May 8, 2017
  2. As training is the cornerstone for employee success, HR DIVE explored the idea of why learning is not a “one-size-fits-all” solution and how personalizing learning addresses employee needs – May 16, 2017
  3. Gallup found that many managers struggle with providing their employees with feedback, not only in real-time, but overall – leaving only one in four employees feeling like they receive valuable feedback. Check out its recent blog post on how managers can excel by really coaching their employees – May 23, 2017
  4. It appears some leaders have become so wrapped up in their organizations’ financial success that they’re leaving their employees in the dust – see what Harvard Business Review says is key to managing human capital, along with financial capital: What If Companies Managed People as Carefully as They Manage Money? – May 24, 2017

True or false: Employees’ feelings aren’t important when it comes to an organization’s overall success. False; Forbes explains why in this piece: If Culture Comes First, Performance Will Follow – May 25, 2017