Behind excellent results is excellent performance management. Challenging targets, coaching leadership and incentivizing remuneration at their best form a clear and seamless entity. This book provides managers and directors practical tools for target setting, leadership and remuneration. Examples from a variety of companies’ challenges and best practices function as a mirror and inspirer in renewing one’s own leadership.
In rapidly changing world the meaning of leadership has not changed. The main objective of leadership is to achieve excellent results.
Organisations’ success is more and more based on immaterial capital, and the best results no longer come from traditional methods of managing only units and processes. The focus of leadership needs to be changed from units to individuals and investments targeted from machinery and systems to knowledge. Behind top results and performance is always excellent know-how.
Improve results and reward provides directors, managers and HR professionals the tools for succesful performance management. The book tells how strategic goals are transferred to practical doing through result cards, how through different competency models the organisations key know-how is recognized and how through motive, know-how and learning profiles are used to identify critical factors behind top performance. In addition the book guides how job descriptions, result cards and job evaluations should be used in developing know-how and improving performance. The book gives practical guidance in linking targets and remuneration to each other and viewpoints for different leadership styles and their efficient implementation.
Improve results and reward includes plenty of examples from companies in different industries, from their challenges and best practices. The book aims to challenge and encourage its reader for better leadership both in workplace as well as own work.
- The time of lone-wolf hero leaders is over
- Performance improving as a whole
- Strategic leadership and know-how
- Clear and challenging goals
- Efficient leadership
- Incentivizing remuneration
- See the big picture, do small things