How the San Diego Zoo became a world-class pay-for-performance organization
One thing that hasn't changed in this down economy -- pay-for-performance continues to be a major challenge for the majority of organizations as they try to find ways to make these programs meaningful to employees.
Once struggling with how to best measure performance, manage goals and transform the organization into a pay-for-performance driven culture, find out how The San Diego Zoo addressed this challenge. Learn how leader Tim Mulligan, transformed the Zoo's culture resulting in greater accountability, increased productivity and higher employee morale for more than 3,000 employees. Hear firsthand what worked and what didn't work as he created a system to reward higher performance, setting clear goals for each employee that linked to their day to day performance and their compensation.
- Explore common challenges when developing pay for performance plan and how one organization surpassed these challenges.
- Find out how a new employee performance and talent management strategy can transform one's culture...for the better.
- Learn best practices and how they can be applied to your organization.
Tim Mulligan, Chief Human Resources Officer, San Diego Zoo