Performance Management

Work Journaling

Albert Einstein kept a journal. So did Charles Darwin, Marie Curie, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Edison, Frida Kahlo, and Mark Twain. Work journals bring the benefits of journaling into the workplace. 5-minutes a day can save 60 minutes of emotional turmoil and interpersonal conflict.

Technology can be self-funding

If portfolios are used to recognize performance and retain staff, there will be a measurable impact on employee turnover. This measurable impact will have a distinct dollar value and these cost savings will help fund the remainder of project implementation.

Portfolios address the core tenants of intrinsic motivation

The if-then or carrot-and-stick approach to motivation worked well for generations and the associated industrial/mechanical set of tasks. However, work is different in 2018. The requirement for thinking, creativity, and innovation necessitates a different approach to employee motivation.

Retain your top talent

People don’t leave jobs, they leave managers. This past spring, Travis Bradberry published an insightful article in Business Insider (April 28, 2017) suggesting nine reasons people quit their jobs. offers a solution using online professional portfolios. The professional portfolios address seven of the nine reasons people quit. The result? You retain your top talent.

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