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Rethinking Performance Management [Webinar]

Date:  January 31, 2017
Time: 10 AM  - 11 AM (CST-Chicago)
              4 PM  -   5 PM (GMT-London)
Duration: 1 hour

Performance Management is changing - companies are looking to move away from the 'rate and compensate' model to something that is more dynamic and employee-centered. 

Our 'Rethinking Performance Management' webinar looks at: 

  • how performance management is changing
  • why performance management is changing now 
  • Three key requirements for a successful transition: motivation, means, and skills.

Interested in the webinar but can't make the time work? Register today and we will send you the recording after the webinar!

Speakers

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Chip Cleary
Kineo US
VP Design, Solutions, & Consulting
 
Chip has 20+ years of experience helping organizations improve the impact they achieve from their investments in learning. After a background as a technologist and a business strategy consultant with Boston Consulting Group, he earned a Ph.D. from the Institute for the Learning Sciences at Northwestern University. He was an early member of CognitiveArts, leading design for the corporate division. After CognitiveArts was acquired by NIIT, Chip led NIIT's Advisory Services practice, overseeing over 100 engagements running across performance consulting, curriculum design, outsourcing assessments, and strategic training assessments.  

 

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Nigel Purse
The Oxford Group
Director

Nigel founded The Oxford Group in 1987 following a career in HR and business management with the Mars Corporation and Burmah Oil (now part of BP). He has led the business during its growth to become a global partner to many of the world’s leading organizations.

Nigel has been instrumental in the development of long term relationships with many of the company’s key clients, working in close partnership with internal teams to design innovative and effective leadership and management development programmes.

Today Nigel remains passionate about developing leadership capability in both young and more senior leaders, and writes and speaks regularly on this subject for audiences worldwide. He also remains personally involved in the recruitment, induction and development of new Oxford Group consultants worldwide.