Creating a culture of feedback sharing can be challenging. We share the pros and cons of transparent and anonymous feedback, and best practices.
Beating proximity bias with performance management
One of the most potent biases in the hybrid workplace is proximity bias. Find out how you can combat it through robust performance management tools.
Ready, set, praise
Giving praise has been proven to be an effective motivator. Here’s why praise can be the way to go when your team needs that little push.
Features you may have missed in 2021
It’s been a productive couple of quarters (with more coming soon!). Here’s a round-up of spring product updates and tips to enhance your performance management process.
Charitable donations? Let the team pick!
In the past four weeks, we sent $120k to charities around the world. Many companies donate but who decides where the money goes to?
What’s new this year: Action Items, customizations, and more
It’s been a productive couple of quarters (with more to come!). Here’s a round-up of spring product updates and tips to enhance your performance management process.
6 phrases to help you communicate better at work
These phrases can help you and your colleagues avoid miscommunication and effectively combine your perspectives when discussing ideas or giving feedback.
How performance management can foster diversity and inclusion
Your performance management approach determines what your company values and who feels valued. Here are five ways for HR leaders to embrace diversity and create an inclusive environment.
Lessons from 9 HR leaders on AI, inclusion, the role of HR, and more
HR experts and practitioners from companies like Zalando, Typeform, and Babbel share their lessons and ideas on some of the most pressing HR issues today.
Four tips to improve employee recognition
Small Improvements talked with HR professionals from three of Berlin’s most successful startups to discover how they created a culture of employee recognition.
How to grow and scale culture the Reddit way
Small Improvements invited Reddit’s People & Culture team to Berlin for an evening of informative conversation packed with actionable tips for HR managers.
Don’t be afraid to change your company values
A company value should reflect your identity, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be timeless. Our friends at Reddit share their tips on how companies can best grow and evolve.
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