Strengths-Based HPI: A Win-Win for All
Strengths-based human performance improvement (HPI) focuses on how managers and employees can help answer the question, “What are you good at?” In “Strengths-Based HPI: A Win-Win for All,” Hawley Kane provides guidance on how to help managers work with their direct reports to determine and develop employee strengths. She discusses what strengths-based HPI is, why and how it works, and how to implement it in your organization.
This issue of TD at Work includes:
- challenges and benefits of strengths-based HPI
- details on the manager’s role in strengths-based HPI
- guidance on advising managers on holding one-on-one meetings with their employees
- coaching guidelines for managers
- a one-on-one meeting agenda template.