Performance Culture, Inc. is a web-based performance management platform that helps managers and employees improve performance through continuous coaching, timely feedback and meaningful recognition. The platform is designed to align company goals with employee expectations, coach employees on both performance and key behaviors, and manage team members using the performance values matrix.
Key Features: (1) CHECK-INs allow Managers and Employees to give frequent feedback; (2) PERFORMANCE REVIEWS include self-assessments, multi-manager feedback, and advanced reporting; (3) 360 DEGREE FEEDBACK supports both peer and client feedback; (4) The LEARNING LIBRARY is used for onboarding and developing employees; and (5) EMPLOYEE SURVEYS help managers measure workplace satisfaction and employee engagement.
Forms & functionally can be customized to support your company’s process (i.e., change or disable ratings, change questions, enable/disable features). The system is iPad compatible, and the web app is also iPhone-friendly.
Mat from Sanders Ford, inc
Employees number: 51-200 employees
We did performance reviews before Performance Culture but the reviews were never organized like this. I guess we sorta "winged it." Now, we have a tool that is easy to use, well organized and helps to structure the one on one.
Ease of use.
Give it a try. You will not regret it.
Stephen from Bon's Eye Marketing
Performance Culture has helped our team grow closer by not only defining individual responsibilities, but assessing the attitude in which we approach our jobs. It focuses on more than just outlining / achieving professional goals. The system makes team members aware of the important roles their personalities play in reaching a positive project outcome. It removes emotion from the equation, using expectation alignment / reviews to distinguish those "playing by the rules" from those who are toxic to the system.
I have no complaints about the product or vendor.
This software can work wonders, but it needs the team's buy-in. If everyone is using it to its full capabilities, the result can be a greater harmony within the organization.
Jaclyn from PCL
I like that this product is so simple to use and provides a lot of good tips to help you a long the way. The implementation training has been very helpful and has provided us with a lot of insight to how the company operates.
Being that our companies are on opposite side of the US, it makes finding training times a little harder, but they have been very helpful in staying late and making sure the training is happening at a time that works for both of us.
Having a company that will take the time and energy to show you the extra steps to make the product the best it can be is amazing! Take your time when evaluating different software and you'll find Performance Culture always takes that extra time as well.
Rick from Northwest Physicians Network
Specialty: Healthcare / Medical
Easy to use web-based product. Implementation and training was simple and efficient. Tool engages each employee in their work toward defined targets and behavioral goals in the context of company-defined values and reinforces them with frequent feedback. Transforms employee feedback from a periodic "report card" evaluation mentality to continuous, shared, self-monitoring with coaching and assessment from one's supervisor or team. Focus is on results and progress toward stated company goals and objectives.
The structure of the tool is not 100% intuitive, so allow a little time to get used to the logic, terminology and progression of recording information in the system. Once learned, it's very easy.
The approach to employee performance is refreshingly different from what we all grew up with, so plan on time to develop a culture around this reformed approach. It doesn't happen over night and it requires complete buy-in from the top down. We told all employees about the approach, explained why we were adopting Performance Culture in the context of all the changes we were making in how we run the company, over a five month transition period. We then implemented the tool over a three-month period. It has been a very smooth implementation which has been met with enthusiastic response from staff.
Roberta from Home Instead Senior Care
Specialty: Healthcare / Medical
When introduced to the Performance Culture System (PCS), I was immediately impressed with the system’s ability to align key players with our company goals as well as the graphic nature of the evaluation results on the 2 x 2 grid.
Currently meets our performance review needs. The set up does require some time to set up as managers define performance objectives for employees that are aligned with company goals.
PCS is the perfect tool for managers and HR personnel who are looking for a better way to conduct performance reviews and to tie individual performance into company goals.
Additionally, this system has made a huge difference in our organization by creating a coaching culture via weekly meetings and quarterly performance reviews. Quarterly reviews are now two-way conversations between key players and their managers. In their 90-day performance reviews, key players have the opportunity to talk about what’s going well, what help they need in areas that are not going well and specific actions for the next 90 days. This quarterly process enables managers to be proactive and to make adjustments in resources, support as well as individual goals. Because this system is web-based, key players and managers can track progress over time and go back to review manager and employee feedback. In the past, annual reviews were viewed as necessary obligations by employees and managers and, once complete, thrown in a drawer, never to be looked at again.
PCS’s unique ability to align individual performance objectives (and for us, individual bonuses) with company goals is now very clear to everyone. Since we have used PCS for a full year, I can honestly say that a 25% increase in our annual revenue is directly tied to our implementation of this system. I highly recommend this process to any organization that strives to align their employees with their company goals.”
Julie from Wilmington International Airport
Our employees have access via computer to our company goals, corporate mission and vision, and their personal development tool. Employees can see their role in our company and their career progress at any time.
Transitioning to the computerized system took training for managers and employees. We continue to learning how to maximize the capabilities of the system.
Performance Culture combines corporate values and specific job performance into one conversation. They are both important for success as an organization. The two by two grid is an outstanding way to show the relationship of culture and job performance.