The instructor defines the result getter, helps you get a better understanding of traits vs. skills, and discusses why so many people fail in their positions in this video.
- To deliver an intended result expected of you,…you must make sure that you have the right people or person…trying to get that result.…I like to think of this right person as the who.…No matter how powerful a system is,…if a person cannot execute it, if the who isn't right,…they will never achieve a consistent result.…We must be realistic.…Determining the who really comes down to one question,…do we have the right person to get this result?…If the organization is expecting you…to do the work to get the result, then you are the who.…
If you're working with a group of people…to get that result, then they are the who.…And we must carefully consider if each person…working on this is the right person to get the result.…Let's say that I'm very passionate about basketball…and I want to become a center in the NBA.…Well, you might not be able to tell it…by looking at this video, but I'm 5'10"…my chances of getting this result,…of being a center, are infinitesimal.…They're non-existent really.…
No matter how skilled I become at basketball,…
- Recall the three elements that comprise the Result Hour equation.
- Identify three examples of a system and explain how they could help someone achieve results.
- Explain why having someone hold you accountable helps you stay focused on results.
- Compare visions and actions and how they relate to each other.
- Recognize why it's important that your direct reports also understand the S+A+M = Result formula.