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The purchasing decision that could transform your business

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If you were so inclined, you might find your­self get­ting a lit­tle down-heart­ed at the suc­ces­sion of sta­tis­tics around dis­en­gaged employ­ees. 50% are more like­ly to leave because of poor com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Dis­en­gaged employ­ees can be up to 30% less pro­duc­tive than those that feel neu­tral­ly about their role. 

Over the last few years, we’ve been quite evan­gel­i­cal about the ben­e­fits of con­tin­u­ous per­for­mance devel­op­ment. And with rea­son: we have a group of delight­ed cus­tomers who have seen real cul­tur­al change and can put num­bers on bet­ter engage­ment and clos­er man­ag­er-team relationships. 

But hav­ing spent sev­er­al years run­ning demos, cre­at­ing eBooks and host­ing webi­na­rs around the sub­ject, we’re also well aware that the the­o­ry is com­pelling but the prac­tice can be intim­i­dat­ing. There are any num­ber of ven­dors, prod­ucts, suites and sys­tems out there, all pro­fess­ing to do vari­a­tions on a sim­i­lar theme. How can you know which solu­tion will suit your organ­i­sa­tion? What should your expec­ta­tions of a rela­tion­ship be? How should a new solu­tion work with your exist­ing HRIS

Which is pre­cise­ly why we’ve cre­at­ed our lat­est eBook: A Buyer’s Guide to Per­for­mance Man­age­ment Soft­ware. Writ­ten by our own Dan Anti­ci­ch, it takes you through every step of the buy­ing process, from con­sid­er­a­tion and build­ing your knowl­edge through to nav­i­gat­ing demos, grilling poten­tial part­ners, pric­ing expec­ta­tions and much more. With absolute­ly no thought for our own peace of mind, we’ve crammed it with the dif­fi­cult ques­tions we get asked every day, so you can use them to tor­ment sales­peo­ple to your heart’s content.

It’s a metic­u­lous­ly researched, thor­ough­ly thought-through guide to start­ing your own cul­tur­al trans­for­ma­tion via per­for­mance tech­nol­o­gy. It’s free, and it’s right here.

And once you’ve gone through it, we’d love to see you for a demo.