2 thoughts on “Talent Conversations: How You Can Engage and Develop Your Talent

  1. Ann Stringfield says:

    Regarding engaging talent: Though not the fault of my immediate supervisor — a fine manager — during an annual performance review when I received yet another excellent rating, my supervisor had to deliver to me the news that my other two peers would soon be receiving a significant wage increase simply because my excellent ratings had again moved my salary too far above theirs, so their salary had to be raised mid-year no matter what their performance. That decision by HR higher-ups was stunning to me, but I appreciated that he had the courage to tell me so I didn’t hear about my peer’s glee second hand when mid-year they received a salary increase out-of-the-blue.

  2. Ann Stringfield says:

    Regarding engaging talent: Though not the fault of my immediate supervisor — a fine manager — during an annual performance review when I received yet another excellent rating, my supervisor had to deliver to me the news that my other two peers would soon be receiving a significant wage increase simply because my excellent ratings had again moved my salary too far above theirs, so their salary had to be raised mid-year no matter what their performance. That decision by HR higher-ups was stunning to me, but I appreciated that he had the courage to tell me so I didn’t hear about my peer’s glee second hand when mid-year they received a salary increase out-of-the-blue.

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