Day/Time:
Wednesday, 15 September @ 4 pm London / 11 am New York
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    Lars Hyland

    Chief Learning Officer, Totara Learning

    Lars Hyland is a well-known figure in the HR and workplace learning community, who believes adaptable and flexible technology forms the foundation for the new world of work. Lars is an expert in the field of Talent Experience, that brings together learning, engagement and performance management practices to drive employee satisfaction and productivity.

  • Dani Johnson

    Dani Johnson

    Cofounder & Principal Analyst at RedThread

    Dani is Co-founder and Principal Analyst for RedThread Research. She has spent the majority of her career writing about, conducting research in, and consulting on human capital practices and technology. Before starting RedThread, Dani led the Learning and Career research practice at Bersin, Deloitte. Her ideas can be found in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, CLO Magazine, HR Magazine, and Employment Relations. Dani holds a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University.
     

2020 was a weird year - but one that made organizations think more holistically about performance management. This has been driven by the increase in remote/hybrid workforces, flexible working, less visibility around employee needs and actions - and the desire to focus on improving employee engagement. 

Organizations are now adjusting their approach to performance management, they’re moving away from the dreaded annual review to a more 'continuous conversation' model with employees. 

Join Lars Hyland, CLO at Totara and Dani Johnson of RedThread Research as they look at the latest research on performance management. Join in the discussion, as they explore:  

  • The new trends in performance management, as organizations develop hybrid workplaces.
  • How leaders are aligning performance management, learning, and engagement to create a more interconnected discussion. 
  • The skills that leaders need in order to operate in the new world of performance management.

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