Performance Management and the Multigenerational Workforce
Date: Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM ET
The Millennial generation, within just a few years this group will represent the largest demographic in the workplace. Recent trends in performance management place a lot of focus on how organizations can get the most from Millennials. This concentration on Millennials is short-sighted, as there is an upcoming challenge to the workforce that is a bit more complex: the future workforce, the now workforce is multigenerational, one comprised of employees from between four and six generations. Join people, performance and organizational culture thought leader Kimberly Isley-Pesto to gain insights on how to cultivate leaders within your organization to understand how generational differences impacts performance management. Kimberly will share examples of how leaders can leverage this knowledge of demographics to drive greater workforce performance.
- Performance management is a continuous leadership action
- Focus on people performance, not on the performance management process
- Developing leader's skills and competencies in coaching and feedback can not be replaced with software
Kimberly Isley-Pesto is a Human Resources Training and Development Manager at United Airlines. She has 17+ years of diverse Human Resources and Training Experience including talent management, recruiting, employee onboarding, talent development, performance management, curriculum development and training execution.
In her current position with United Airlines, she specializes in training program design, development and implementation. With her background in various industries she has developed a unique and innovative approach to managing multiple facets of implementing learning within agile and dynamic organizations. Throughout her career, Kimberly has been a trusted internal consultant, providing employee performance focused solutions for some of the most challenging problems.
Kimberly is credentialed in Instructional Design and E-Learning Instructional Design. She is also a certified Development Dimensions International Facilitator.
Kimberly earned a B.A. in Business Administration from Fontbonne University and an M.A. in Training and Development from Roosevelt University.