2 min read

Inside the App: Data is the Foundation

May 5, 2022 12:15:12 PM

Copy of Media Posts (3)

The Truvelop app is a comprehensive tool but like many tools, the information put into it determines how well it performs.

Performance evaluation is more than an indicator for an annual raise or bonus. Employee performance can be monitored, redirected and improved. Team dynamics and talent challenges can be impacted when employees – low- or high-performing – are not nurtured and engaged.

While the Truvelop app can provide managers with insights and guidance to support them and their employees, these features are enabled and driven by the data input that creates a comprehensive profile for each employee.

The more data, the better. In the Truvelop app, data can be compiled through evaluations, Sparks and conversations. All of this data, collectively, tells the story of each team member and is critical to helping managers better engage employees and gain a better understanding of the team’s capacity based on each employee’s score.

Here are a few suggestions for ways to feed the app effectively:

  • Schedule regular evaluation check-points – weekly or monthly depending on the job performed
  • Document conversations – challenges, barriers, opportunities
  • Develop individual goals and a series of KPIs to meet them
  • Memorialize – or Spark! – achievements or key moments of success
  • Survey employees

Performance evaluation and employee engagement should not be a routine task that feels useless. Managers should be intentional with expectations, clearly defining job roles and responsibilities, and what constitutes success and failure. Understanding what you should be evaluating and why it's important to ensure the Truvelop app is a useful tool.

Furthermore, effective employee management requires more than tactical, clinical monitoring. Empathy, motivation, culture, and authentic engagement are critical to fostering development and growth among your team members. Employees need to know they are more than a number – that they are valued and needed members of the team.

Finally, context is key. Details help employees understand how they are being evaluated and what they can do to improve or grow. Fast Company reports that 74% of younger workers walk out of performance reviews unsure of what their managers actually think of their performance. When managers take the time to provide specific observations regarding performance, they offer employees the chance to ask questions and develop a plan for improvement or growth.

Truvelop can be a powerful tool for managers, but it requires attention to perform well. The more often it is used, the more information it receives, and the more robust it becomes. Data is the foundation for the performance of this app.

Contact us today to learn more about our modern approach to performance management and development that actually improves the manager and employee relationship by taking your managers to the next level. Don’t just take our word for it, see what our Customers have to say. 

Isabelle Clavelli

Written by Isabelle Clavelli

Social Media and Marketing Intern

Featured