Workplace culture expert and enthusiast, Charlie Judy, creator of Workplace Genome, will give us some insights on how to envelop our performance management tools with a culture that drives real, tangible, and meaningful results.
Performance management tools and technologies are important. They heighten visibility to the value of providing regular and meaningful feedback, they instill accountability, and they keep us on track. And, most importantly, they demonstrate our commitment to developing our people. But if our culture - the words, actions, and behaviors our employees experiences every day - doesn't reinforce and clarify that commitment, then all bets are off. We cannot and will not get the most of these tools and technologies unless everything about our culture sings "performance management."
Charlie Judy built a successful career as an HR executive over 25 years with some of the world’s most prominent professional services firms like Deloitte, Navigant, and Baker Tilly. He has traversed the global economy while working and living in New Orleans, St. Louis, New York, Brussels, Belgium, Hyderabad, India, and Chicago. He’s a regular speaker, prolific writer, and well known future-of-work pundit who has resolved to re-humanize the workplace while disrupting the traditional paradigms of management to which we’ve fallen prey. Charlie is the Founder and CEO of WorkXO. Forward thinking leaders in growth-oriented organizations use the Workplace Genome®, their cloud-based culture management platform, to measure and analyze their organization's culture, to uncover the distinct priorities for heightening their success, and to guide their teams to meaningful action on them. Charlie is a graduate of Tulane University, a CPA, an SPHR, and a SHRM-SCP.