You know that in order for a business to perform well, its people have to perform well.

And yet, sometimes you feel like you are throwing money at improving results and nothing is changing. Expectations are high, but budgets are tight. Employees have been trained and re-trained, but performance isn’t improving. You know there has to be a better way! Sound familiar?

At Radcom, we help you better understand what’s needed for your people to thrive and for the business to succeed. We will ultimately help you improve business performance and build a phenomenal culture for the entire company.



The Success of Your Organization Depends on the Performance of Its People.

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Imagine if…

  • Your people knew exactly what’s expected of them and were consistently operating at peak performance.
  • Management was fully engaged, doing more coaching and less managing.
  • C-Suite executives were driving the organization toward success based on the exemplary performance of its team members.

Improve Performance. Improve Your Business.

Check out our latest blogs for tips, ideas and actions you can use to improve performance in your business.

5 Key Factors Influencing Employee Performance (and How to Optimize Them)

According to one recent study, about 71 percent of all executives say that employee engagement—and the performance boosts that occur as a result—are “critical” to the success of their companies.  Research has long indicated that happy, engaged employees tend to be more productive on average. That productivity translates into a 23 percent increase in profitability. […]

A More Humanizing Approach to Human Performance

Whatever happened to the human aspect of human performance? Over time, businesses have abandoned the practice of encouraging human connection in the workplace. It’s time we break free from the impersonal, robotic-like business models and embrace a more humanizing approach to performance!   Angie Dianetti is the President of Radcom, a performance consulting company. She discusses how her […]

A New Tool to Enable Exemplary Performance

In many businesses, performance is boiled down to a behavior-based or competency-based job description that provides information for Human Resources but does not help managers ensure exemplary performance on the job. The job description often isn’t accurate for what the job entails, meaning hiring is limited to the wrong criteria and unclear expectations that require […]