Kaylan Lavillotti, Ph.D.

Kaylan Lavillotti, Ph.D., is an adjunct organizational psychology professor for the M.S./Ph.D. program at the California School of Professional Psychology, and a core adjunct professor in leadership for the MBA program at National University. Kaylan currently works in organizational leadership and development at InnovaSystems. Before beginning her professional career, Kaylan did a one-year term in the domestic Peace Corps VISTA program and went on to earn her Ph.D. in organizational development from the California School of Professional Psychology. For the past ten years, Kaylan has been helping organizations with ground up leadership and management trainings. Some of Kaylan’s areas of expertise include supervisor training development, change management, team building, leadership development, Situational Leadership II, Situational Self-Leadership, coaching, performance management, and hiring and retention strategies. Kaylan has contracted with a wide-range of companies from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. In addition to teaching, consulting, and working at InnovaSystems, Kaylan is a twice published author in areas of health outcomes and organizational productivity. Kaylan currently resides in San Diego, where she enjoys playing outdoor sports aside from helping companies to increase their performance with a focus on the people inside the organization.
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August 17, 2017 | Kaylan Lavillotti, Ph.D.

Why Employees May Not Be Taking Performance Reviews Seriously

The Real Problem with Performance Reviews

While many organizations are considering getting rid of the traditional annual performance review, very few have a solution to effectively evaluate performance as a viable business skill. The move away from annual performance reviews may save leaders and employees headaches, but it hasn’t solved the problem of evaluating and recognizing good performance.

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