Sariba has launched AGERUS in Norway!

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On April 3, Sariba launched Agerus' performance development system.
Now Sariba introduces the AGERUS method in Norway. The method has turned the polarized debate about measuring or not measuring performance. Instead, when we focus on providing employees with the right conditions for performing, performance will come and results will improve, while improving well-being and health.

AGERUS offers a scientifically rooted method that helps companies and organizations focus on providing managers and employees with the right conditions for success in everyday life. The AGERUS method is based on continuous and systematic development work involving everyone in the business.

On Thursday 3 April, in collaboration with AGERUS, we conducted a free seminar on the AGERUS method and closely related topics. The agenda was as follows:

  • 15.00 – 15.45: Focus on prerequisites w/ File. Dr. Per Pettersson. Per is a researcher at Stockholm University. His research shows that when you focus on the individual's own prerequisites for being able to perform, the effect for the individual will be better health, better performance and greater belonging.
  • 15.45 – 16.15: AGERUS system and method in practice by Anders Nordmark. Anders has worked with leadership development and organizational development for over 20 years, for the last 9 years as an expert consultant at Agerus. He shares his experiences of how in practice he has been able to help customers develop more healthy workplaces and improved results using the AGERUS method.
  • 16.15 – 16.30: SJ and Unilabs share their experiences with the use of agerus system and method. V/ Anna Johansson and Berit Lobben
  • 16.30 – 16.45: Sariba's experiences working in performance management at Steinar Sabbasen. Performance development includes both a management and management dimension. Many businesses have tried to implement a performance culture – some with success, others with greater challenges. Steinar shares Sariba's experiences on best practices and pitfalls in performance management.