Is it time to ditch the performance review?

HR chiefs from Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, TradeMe and Kings School share what has worked for them

Is it time to ditch the performance review?

There’s been a slow movement towards doing away with the formal performance review process over the years. Many have moved to less formal, more frequent and real-time feedback sessions.

But what actually works in this brave new world?

Hear from our experts at the National HR Summit New Zealand in August.

Annie Brown – Chief People Officer, Trade Me; Andy Graves – Head of Capability, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and Lucy Ryan – Head of People and Culture, Kings School will discuss “Reinventing the performance review – moving beyond tradition”.

They will:

  • Explore alternatives to the traditional method, and examine the impact that coaching, development and feedback can have on employee culture.
  • What successful alternative performance review frameworks have been tried and tested?
  • How does a framework based on coaching, feedback and inclusive development impact employee culture?
  • How do you ensure that new performance review frameworks are fair, effective and legally defensible?

There’s more on HR leadership development, HR and technology, mental health in the workplace and other important issues to be discussed at the Summit - find out here.

Registrations are now open with Super Saver discounts available.

The National HR Summit New Zealand will be held at the Hilton Auckland on 21 August


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