On a mission to overcome the challenges of traditional performance management

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ABOUT US

There Be Giants was created in 2010 in response to the growing dissatisfaction with performance management and the dreaded annual appraisal. Our Giants – all of whom are experienced coaches – are on a mission to introduce organisations to an agile alternative, which not only encourages employee development, but enables the business to minimise resistance to growth plans.

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LATEST BLOG POSTS

Measuring Your Culture: How to Do it and Why it’s Vital

Rowing is my sport.  I love it because it’s consistent, each stroke is an opportunity to reflect, learn and adapt.  I also love it because it is teamwork laid bare; if one person is out of time or off balance then the rest of crew must compensate and overall, the boat...

Guest Post: Transmissions, Differentials, Scrum & OKRs

Do you know how steering differential works? I didn’t either. I know very little about cars. My comprehension is mostly restricted to cup holders and infotainment systems. Recently, however, I watched this fascinating video from 1937, filmed by Chevrolet, that...

Six warning signs your staff are low in Confidence

“If you have no confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life.” - Marcus Garvey Those with high scores in confidence are more likely to believe they are worthy people and have high esteem and be less in need of external validation. They are also more...

RESEARCH

The traditional approach to Performance Management simply isn’t working any more. To prove that – and to encourage the creation of an alternative – we conducted our own research, asking over 200 business owners about their own Performance Management.

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OUR CLIENTS

There Be Giants has had the opportunity to work with a whole host of wonderful businesses – many of whom don’t yet have a massive team, but have recognised the need to prime their people and create a clear plan for growth. Their foresight and experience with There Be Giants has helped them to ensure friction within the organisation is kept to a minimum, so growth can continue as planned.