Management Cue Cards

Analyzing Talent Landscape

The third quarter is a time for planning and forecasting. As managers prepare for the upcoming year, understanding the talent landscape is critical. With the Truvelop app, managers have nearly a year’s worth of performance reviews, and a dashboard of grades for...

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Performance Evaluations with Context

Evaluations are great ways to document performance and productivity. With the Truvelop app, we make it easy for managers to routinely evaluate employees and even provide employees the option to request an evaluation. However, evaluations can lack context, so they...

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Best Practices For Performance Management

A study from Gallup Workplace that evaluated why performance management isn’t working, found that just 2 in 10 employees say their performance is managed in a way that motivates them to do outstanding work. According to Gallup, “Moving from performance management...

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Retaining GenZ Mentorship

Every new generation presents new challenges for employers to overcome. One thing managers can’t do – assume to know what employees want! Every generation has different needs and priorities, but this can differ within a generation, therefore, managers are better...

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Management Coaching for Engagement

Employee engagement. Retention. Our secret? It isn’t always about the employee. Often, the best way a company can solve for retention is by training managers as coaches. Unfortunately, across many industries, in companies big and small, managers rarely are ever...

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Quiet Firing

Managers are rarely trained to lead teams and often are left to learn on their own. As many struggle to fill vacant or new roles, managers may find themselves overlooking a replacement player and ignoring bad behaviors or poor production simply because they know it...

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Replacement Players

With so much focus on employee retention and combatting high turnover, it may seem strange to even consider letting go of employees. However, employees who don’t carry their weight, complain a lot, or are unwilling to work cooperatively with others on the team, can...

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Engaging Front-Line Workers

According to a U.S. Chamber of Commerce report in February, industries like leisure, hospitality, retail, and healthcare have seen higher percentages of front-line employees leaving their jobs, with durable goods/manufacturing and leisure/hospitality facing the...

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