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American Express Director, Performance Management in Helena, Montana

Description

You Lead the Way. We’ve Got Your Back.

At American Express, we know that with the right backing, people and businesses have the power to progress in incredible ways. Whether we’re supporting our customers’ financial confidence to move ahead, taking commerce to new heights, or encouraging people to explore the world, our colleagues are constantly redefining what’s possible — and we’re proud to back each other every step of the way. When you join #TeamAmex, you become part of a diverse community of over 60,000 colleagues, all with a common goal to deliver an exceptional customer experience every day.

As a part of the Colleague Experience Group (CEG) we strive to provide a great colleague experience every day. We obsess over understanding the colleague experience at a deeper level to co-create simple and great ways of working that enable everyone to be and deliver their best. We make a difference in the lives of our people, providing a culture of learning and collaboration, and helping them with what they need to succeed and thrive. We have their backs as they grow their skills, conquer new challenges, or even take time to spend with their family or community. And when they’re ready to take on a new career path, we’re right there with them, giving them the guidance and momentum into the best future they envision.

Reporting to the Vice President, Performance Management, Careers & Talent Platforms, the successful candidate will work within CEG to deliver an enterprise-wide Performance Management strategy that places the development of American Express colleagues at the center. The position requires flexibility and the ability to deliver high quality work in a fast-paced dynamic environment to support developing business needs. Successful candidates will need to balance strategic thought leadership with a willingness to project manage the details and execute an effective Performance Management process for the enterprise while elevating culture of coaching and feedback.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead end-to-end enterprise-wide Performance Management strategy and related initiatives to foster a feedback-based, developmental culture that enhances organizational performance and achievement of business objectives

  • Project manage the annual cycle of goal setting, performance check-ins, and year-end review

  • Partner with Leadership & Learning to incorporate tools and resources that encourage ongoing, supportive, and productive dialogue between leader and colleague

  • Consult with business leaders, CEG business partners, and the Centers of Expertise to understand and solve for business and stakeholder needs

  • Work closely with technology vendors to manage platform, technology solutions and enhancements with the goal of ensuring a seamless, positive user experience

  • Demonstrate thought leadership to develop innovative, sustainable Performance initiatives that increase our success in attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse, multi-generational workforce

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 7-8 years in a strategic HR leadership role, ideally with experience leading performance management and working with global teams

  • Demonstrated ability to plan a multi-year strategy aligned to business needs

  • Ability to translate vision into action, project manage the details, and execute to drive results

  • Experience driving organizational and cultural change management; consulting experience a plus

  • Ideally, experience driving or working within a coaching, feedback-based culture

  • Understanding of workplace trends, and implications for a global, multi-generational workforce

  • Effective leadership approach with ability to collaborate and influence outcomes

Education:

  • Master’s degree in industrial-organizational psychology, human resource management, business administration, or related field preferred

American Express is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, age, or any other status protected by law.

Employment eligibility to work with American Express in the U.S. is required as the company will not pursue visa sponsorship for these positions.

Job: Human Resources

Primary Location: United States

Schedule Full-time

Req ID: 21022217

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