February 18th 2019

The Grizzard Performance Management Story

This document accompanies a 2019 CRF event — Trusted Advisor: HR Business Partnering, Relationship Building and Influencing. It offers a sample chapter from The Trusted Advisor Fieldbook: A Comprehensive Toolkit for Leading with Trust.

The sample chapter explores the skill of partnering and its traits. It offers readers a number of self-assessment options to gauge the current level of their skills. It also outlines some practical recommendations for developing your partnering skills.

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