Making the Most of Your Employee Performance Management System
Includes a Live Event on 01/23/2019 at 3:00 PM (EST)
About this Webinar
January 23, 2019 at 3:00PM EDT
According to the popular press, employers are abandoning formal performance evaluation in droves, and the world is better off without it. The reality is not so simple. Join John Walp, President of Converje, as we discuss trends in both formal and informal employee performance management systems, including approaches to CEO evaluation. We’ll explore models that work well in real organizations, and ways to select what works best in various organizational cultures. You will walk away with an understanding of how effective performance management systems differ from once-per-year “paper” processes and some helpful ideas on how to replace or fine tune the system you currently have.
- Attendees will gain an understanding of how effective performance management systems differ from once-per-year “paper” processes.
- Attendees will learn helpful ideas on how to replace or fine tune the system they currently have.
President, Converje LLC
John Walp strives to provide respectful and meaningful insights by leveraging his experiences as a non-profit Board member, an advisor to non-profits and a former chief HR officer. He is the President of Converje, LLC, which he founded in 2004. With over 30 years of compensation and human resources design experience, John leads the strategic design and delivery of practical, results-driven programs, custom-built for our clients’ success. John has served more than a dozen nonprofit organizations since founding Converje.
John is an adjunct professor at Drexel University where he teaches a graduate level course in Human Resources Management geared to Arts Administration students. He formerly taught in the MBA program at Saint Joseph’s University, and has spoken on team-based pay for the International Quality and Productivity Center, on executive compensation for Temple University, and the role of technology in HR for Cornell University. John has co-authored articles published in the Benefits and Compensation Digest. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University.
John serves the non-profit Thomas Jefferson University and its 14-hospital health system as an active member of its Board of Trustees. He is Chairman of the Board’s Compensation & Human Capital Committee governing Executive and Physician pay system-wide, and he serves on the Board’s Executive Committee.