Companies need to have a standard evaluation framework in place and review each individual employee against those standard metrics.
All performance standards should be achievable and they should relate directly to the person’s job description. Easier said than done.
Drawing on his decades of industry research in the employee evaluation area, Dr. Benson brings to light the latest and most effective approaches and procedures for employee assessment – informed throughout by Management Science.
M. Wayne Brittingham has over 30 years’ experience in telecommunications, technology, retail, and services industries. He is the former head of Global Human Resources for Hewitt Consulting Group. His past responsibilities include managing Talent Initiatives, Diversity Initiatives, Compensation, Learning and Development, HR Operations, Employee Relations, and Change Management for this profitable segment of Hewitt.
Dr. Cynthia St. John is in the business of simplifying success for senior leaders and their organizations. She teaches that success, while not necessarily easy, is not complicated. In addition, best of all, it can be learned.
As a researcher, Dr. St. John applies her Ph.D. in educational psychology (with specialization in adult and organizational learning) to understand the factors most directly responsible for high performance.
As a practitioner, Cynthia leverages her 20+ years of change agent experience with NASA/United Space Alliance, MD Anderson Cancer Center, the University of Texas, ExxonMobil and other distinguished organizations, to execute and refine the key skills and systems that create high performance.
As a former executive in roles such as vice president and Chief Learning Officer for one of the largest health care systems in Texas, and one of the largest faith-based systems in the country, she draws on personal experience as a senior leader to ensure her methods are practical and reliable.
Combined, these roles and experiences uniquely contributed to the development of Cynthia’s expertise in applying proven models for executive effectiveness and organizational excellence.