Live Webinar - Open to our OCCABA Members:
Performance Management: Making Performance Management Systems Work
April 27, 2017 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am
David Insler, Senior Vice President, Sibson Consulting, Los Angeles
Do Performance Management Systems Really Work?
Much of the recent literature seeks to dispel the need for performance management as a cumbersome and archaic process that cannot be aligned with the diverse generations of the current workforce. This hypothesis needs to be tested more vigorously in relation to actual organizational results and employee development needs as part of the broader organizational mission.
One of the first major steps in this analysis is an assessment of performance management needs in relation to talent management, rewards, and continuing growth objectives. The employer’s principles and practices must be aligned with desire outcomes. Ultimately, effective performance management is achieve through a balanced focus on leadership, design, and execution. In this session, we will tackle common problems as well as emerging solutions that can be applied for a more effective plan.
About Your Presenter:
David Insler Mr. Insler is a Senior Vice President in Sibson’s Los Angeles office with extensive experience in organization effectiveness consulting. An expert in the design and implementation of human resources strategies, compensation plans and performance management processes (across a variety of industries), he is also the firm’s West Regional Leader.
Mr. Insler primarily consults to clients on issues related to organization performance, executive compensation and sales force effectiveness. His experience includes corporate roles in middle-market and Fortune 100 companies. Specific consulting projects that Mr. Insler has led for clients include the review, design and re-design of executive compensation strategies, sales and employee group incentive programs, salary management programs, performance systems, and organizational and human resource strategies. He also helps clients review their overall human resources functionality and their total operations. In the area of incentive design, Mr. Insler has broad experience with economic value added (EVA) or value-based executive compensation, blue collar and knowledge worker productivity/gain sharing, group incentives and sales force compensation.
Mr. Insler has also held several senior-level human resources roles in the biomedical, aerospace, electronics, financial services and transportation industries. Before joining Sibson, Mr. Insler was a principal in the Human Capital Consulting Practice of Deloitte & Touche, where he was the West Region Practice Leader for HR Strategies. During his tenure with Deloitte, he developed the national Sales Force Effectiveness service offering. Mr. Insler received a BA from Pennsylvania State University. He has completed post-graduate work in banking with the Bucknell Executive Management Program and at the Southwestern University School of Law.