2021 Remote Performance Management

January 26th – 27th, 2021
Virtual Event Platform

Managing Goals, Expectations and Compensation to Keep Your Distributed Workforce Engaged and Accountable

2021 Remote Performance Management

January 26th – 27th, 2021
Virtual Event Platform

Managing Goals, Expectations and Compensation to Keep Your Distributed Workforce Engaged and Accountable

Remote Performance Management
Virtual Leadership Series

Managing Goals, Expectations and Compensation to Keep Your Distributed Workforce Engaged and Accountable

Working from home used to be an added perk, but since COVID-19 hit and brought its sidekick social distancing with it, remote work has suddenly become a necessity in order to keep your business running at all. Getting the systems in place to make a distributed workforce function is the first step.

The key to success lies in meaningful goal-setting. Remote employees have the freedom to decide where they want to work, but they still need clear direction from their managers in order to stay on track. Setting clear goals with specific metrics, following structured timelines for check-ins and evaluation periods, and creating expectations and cultural…read more

January 26th – 27th 2021 | Virtual Event Platform

Event Agenda 

Time (ET)Session
11:00amEvolving the Definition of Great Work - How Performance Management Evolves
Donna Scarola, Head Performance Management and Leadership Model, Johnson & Johnson
11:30amCultivating Employee Motivation and Wellness During a Pandemic
Zuleika Sgro, Vice President People, Saje Natural Wellness
12:00pmMotivating New Behaviors to Achieve Strategic Goals
Hannah Wilken, Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp
12:45pmBreak
1:15pmDeveloping an Enhanced Virtual Workforce in an Environment of Uncertainty
Mark Dunn, Vice President Organization and Leadership Development, Vidant Health
1:45pmThe Case for a Performance Culture
Melissa Phillippi, Co-Founder and President, Performance Culture
Sid Mitchener, Senior Managing Partner, Vaco
2:30pmBottom Line Meets Culture – Developing Success by Building a Sustainable Culture
Felipe Cofino, Vice President Human Resources and Organizational Development, Signal Financial Federal Credit Union
3:00pmBreak
3:30pmPerformance Management - Even Performance Reviews Need Performance Reviews
Denise Reed Lamoreaux, Global Chief Diversity Officer, Atos
4:00pmPerformance Management During a Time of Rapid Change - The Importance of Being Responsive
Randall Lucius, Director Organizational Development, Emory University
4:30pmObjectives and Key Blow Ups - Implementing OKRs and Know When You Are Failing
Ari Schapiro, Sr. Director of Self Service and Social Impact, Auth0
5:00pm Conference Day 1 Concludes

Time (ET)Session
11:00amEnabling a Performance Culture for the Future
Revathi Raghavan, Global Lead Talent and Performance Management, The World Bank
11:30amDesigning a Human-Centered, Simpler Performance Management Experience
Rosette Cataldo, Vice President Performance & Talent Strategy, Workhuman
12:00pmWhat Covid Taught Us - Delivering Performance in the New Normal of Work
Jennifer Hackett, Director, Employee Experience, Development and Performance, BASF
12:30pmBreak
1:00pm Using Performance Reviews to Drive Engagement
Nicole Miller, People Operations Manager, Buffer
1:30pmFocus 5 - Getting More Done by Focusing on Less
Wade Larson, Director Human Resources, Wagstaff
2:00pmEvolving Performance Management at GE
Mathilde Fouque, Senior Program Manager Performance Management, Leadership and Culture, GE
2:30pmConference and Day 2 Sessions Conclude

Event Speakers

Donna Scarola

Donna Scarola

Head Performance Management and Leadership Model, Johnson & Johnson

Felipe Cofino

Felipe Cofino

Vice President Human Resources and Organizational Development, Signal Financial Federal Credit Union

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Culture Amp is a Culture First certified B Corporation used by 2,500+ customers including Aegon, Airbnb, Go Cardless, KIND Snacks, McDonald’s, Mercy Health, Salesforce and Slack. Started in Melbourne with offices in San Francisco, London, and New York, Culture Amp has raised $150,000,000 USD from leading venture capital funds, including Index Ventures, Felicis Ventures, Sapphire Ventures, Blackbird Ventures and Sequoia Capital China.

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Performance Culture’s mission is to help leaders build better teams that achieve better results.

They do this through simple, easy to use, performance management software that helps people reach their fullest potential by improving appreciation coaching, and evaluation inside an organization.

Software features include Recognition, Goal Management, 360-Degree Feedback, Check-Ins, Engagement Surveys, and Performance Reviews. In addition to software, Performance Culture provides training to help managers improve their coaching skills.

Learn more at PerformanceCulture.com or email sales@performanceculture.com