Performance, feedback, culture, and more
Human-Friendly Performance Management
This guide will help you design a performance management process that suits your organization.
How 1:1 meetings strengthen relationships between managers and employees, and how to make them work.
Objectives & Key Results have helped numerous tech companies, but they’re also notoriously hard to implement.
This eBook will help you explore your workplace relationships and craft a human-friendly work experience.
Engagement expert Jason Lauritsen interviews HR leaders to learn how they encourage and foster human friendly workplaces in their companies.
Everything you need to know to get started with regular 1:1 meetings.
16 HR leaders and practitioners share insights on HR trends and where performance management is heading. Recorded at UNLEASH 2018 in London and Las Vegas.
Find out what makes for a successful and productive remote working experience.
Disqus’ HR department has established a series of resources for its managers to hold better 1:1 meetings.
We owe it to our team members to provide an alternative to the promotion-based career ladder.
A company value should reflect your identity, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be timeless.
We spoke with HR professionals from three of Berlin’s most successful startups to discover how they created a culture of employee recognition.
Is internal mobility the way to keep talented employees at your company? We spoke with Reddit HR to learn more.
Learn about the advantages of inviting the team to building a culture of appreciation across the organization.
Mini video series on how to give and receive feedback, handling tough situations, and internal mobility.
HR expert Jason Lauritsen details a new approach for feedback-shy employees.
Why do we sometimes wince when a colleague offers up a friendly bit of constructive feedback?
Why early feedback supports new hire success, and how to best implement an efficient and scalable process.
Learn from HR experts we recorded in London, SF, Berlin, Sydney and New York.
We invited Reddit’s People & Culture team to Berlin for an evening packed with insight and tips for HR managers.
Care personally, challenge directly. Kim Scott explains how focusing on guidance is the most important thing you can do as a manager.
This animated video based on Daniel Pink's book illustrates the hidden truths behind what really motivates us at home and in the workplace.