It’s a brand new year, a fresh start! Blogs and social media are filled with inspirational articles and posts about sticking to your new year’s resolutions and starting off the year on the right foot. While I appreciate their spirit and effort, I’m going to rain on their parade. Resolutions just aren’t for me. I’ve Read More

(And Why I Think You Should Make Your Employees Do Them.) Let’s be clear, I just finished my annual performance self-review. We have an amazing HR team that trimmed down the process. The questions were thought-provoking and applicable; it was technically painless; and it took me less than an hour. Overall the process was flawless, Read More

  Exit Interviews are commonly used to provide feedback on why employees are leaving. But are you asking the right questions during your Exit Interview? We’ve broken it down into 3 categories: the WHY, the WHAT, and the HOW.   THE WHY Employees leave companies for a variety of different reasons. Your main objective is Read More

Charleston, SC — November 12, 2014 Teamphoria announced the addition of performance management to their employee engagement software to round out their existing feature set which includes features for employee recognition, employee communication, and company culture. Teamphoria users now have the ability to administer, create, and store unlimited customized employee performance reviews within Teamphoria, so Read More

As the weathers keeps warming up, it’s tough to ignore those school-is-almost-out jitters that never seem to go away no matter how many years you’ve been out of school. We know that summers are notoriously the most difficult months to stay focused, but we’ve got a challenge for you – maximize your time this summer! Read More

  Feel like you are stuck in the movie Groundhog Day with your performance reviews? Let Teamphoria break the cycle! Please tell me you’ve seen the movie and are getting my reference? Bill Murray (a Charleston local) stars as a TV weatherman Phil Connors, doomed to relive Groundhog Day over and over again in Punxsutawney, Read More