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Today’s show is about top grading and putting in a formal performance management system. Top grading follows a similar philosophy of the pareto principle or 80/20 rule and allows you to identify and promote your top talent. Promoting top talent based on performance is a win for your company because your best people will continue to move up the career path. When you lead with your best talent, others will either follow suit by seeing what expectations look like or lesser talent will find other, less competitive, employment.
What You Need to Know
EPISODE D5.002 COMPANY PROVIDES A CAREER PATH
When you top grade your promotions, you intentionally select the top 10% of your employees and groom them for the next level or promote now, then build a profile of them as a basis of your performance management system.
Key Issues - Employee Perspective:
What You Need to Do
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