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Gary Markle

Gary Markle is one of the most sought after experts on how to improve human capital to transform companies into highly productive enterprises where people actually enjoy going to work. Markle’s landmark work, “Catalytic Coaching: The End of the Performance Review” spent 37 weeks as an Amazon bestseller, ranking it in the top 5% of all books sold, and earning it the coveted Five Star rating. His follow-up book, “No More Performance Reviews” has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Fast Company and The Detroit Free Press. It was also favorably reviewed by Atlanta Business Chronicle.

Effective Employee Performance Reviews and Feedback Approaches

Five tips to break the stinky habit once and for all
Complaints about performance evaluations are nothing new. Employees think the process is demeaning. Managers and supervisors find them burdensome and ineffective. Lawyers tell us the forms work against us in court. Here are five tips for transforming to a future-focused, employee-centric coaching mindset.

Five Ways to Honor the Employee Iceberg

How to see the “human” in human resources
When you hire employees, they bring with them their families, health, financial challenges, hobbies and even their pets. When you neglect “the worker” and everything that’s part of their identity, you hit the employee iceberg. Here are five times for treating people as three-dimensional human beings.

How Do You Motivate Millennials?

by | March 1, 2018 | Catalytic Coaching

If you want to motivate millennials, stop relying on generational stereotypes. Instead, motivate them by engaging with them as individuals. You’ll find the entire organization performs on a higher plane when people are energized and engaged on a personal level.

Nine Ways To Energize, Empower, and Engage the Human Spirit at Work

Join award-winning author and expert, Gary Markle, for the webinar, Nine Ways to Energize, Empower, and Engage the Human Spirit at Work. Check out his proven formula for maximizing both individual and organizational success through individualized coaching.

What’s the Key to a Successful Employee Development Program?

Coachability Sets the Stage for Performance Improvement I’m frequently asked to describe what differentiates a successful employee development program from a less successful one. In a word, the answer is “coachability.” If I could do only one thing to maximize the chance that a supervisor’s performance improvement advice would be followed by a direct report, I’d […]