Gallup.com editors' picks for the top articles from 2015 on managing performance and developing employees in a 21st-century workplace:
Employees Want a Lot More From Their Managers
One in two U.S. adults said they left their job to get away from their manager -- and improve their life overall -- at some point during their career.
Obsolete Annual Reviews: Gallup's Advice
Many large organizations have experienced the dysfunction of once-a-year performance conversations, and they're ditching the practice.
Only One in 10 People Possess the Talent to Manage
When companies put these 10% in managerial roles, they naturally engage team members and customers, retain top performers, and sustain a culture of high productivity.
Female Bosses Are More Engaging Than Male Bosses
When it comes to the topic of women in management, times have changed -- and so have attitudes toward female supervisors.
The German Workforce Has a Burnout Problem
An estimated 2.7 million workers are feeling burned out, and the problem is costly to the European Union's largest economy.
Americans Agree: U.S. Must Develop Its Workforce Talent
Though Americans may be politically polarized, they've found consensus in one area: the need for the U.S. to invest in the talent of its workforce.