"Performance Reviews: When Managers Channel Their Inner Goldfish - They might forget everything else, but boy, they'll never forget to mention that one time you were five minutes late to a meeting!"
If you’re a fan of the AppleTV show “Ted Lasso” you may remember Ted’s advice to Sam Obisanya. Ted said that a goldfish was the happiest animal in the world, because it had a ten-second memory. He then encouraged Sam to "be a goldfish". That's great advice when you want to move on from something like a poor end of year review. It’s not such good advice for your Manager who’s solely responsible for that review.
intHRaction automatically reports on employee growth by capturing feedback about Observable Goals & Behaviors. It comes from the people you interact with and is available to you and your manager in realtime. This takes the traditional Performance Review from an end of year surprise to an ongoing opportunity to shine. And, you don't have to rely on a Goldfish to remember it.