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Featuring Ashley Goodall
HR organizations have historically focused on trying to clean up the messiness that is the reality of work. And thus, HR organizations have continuously deployed tools and technologies that attempt to organize the chaos. But perhaps rather than going about the impossible task of tidying up, we should actually lean in to the mess and meet our people where they are—meet them in the work. Catch a glimpse of what the future of HR technology could look like from Ashley Goodall, SVP of Leadership and Team Intelligence at Cisco and co-author of the Harvard Business Review article entitled Re-inventing Performance Management. And learn how Cisco HR is working to lift company performance while enriching the experience of their people.
Ashley Goodall is the Senior Vice President of Leadership and Team Intelligence at Cisco. In this role, he is building a new organization focused entirely on serving teams and team leaders—an organization that combines talent management, succession, coaching, assessment, executive talent, research and analytics, and technology to support leaders and their teams in real time. Cisco has recently removed performance ratings and Ashley is leading the implementation of a new performance management approach that will be the company’s foundation for team effectiveness.
At Deloitte, Ashley was responsible for all of Deloitte’s Leader Development and Performance Management Redesign efforts in the US. He was with Deloitte for fourteen years and held a number of roles in both Human Capital consulting and in the firm’s internal Talent function.
He collaborated with Michael Feiner on his book, “The Feiner Points of Leadership” (Warner Business, 2006), and is the co-author, with Marcus Buckingham, of “Reinventing Performance Management”, the cover story in the April 2015 edition of the Harvard Business Review. Ashley holds a BA in Music from University College, Oxford, and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
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