There are ways to help individual work at high levels. Learn some strategies for performing at a higher level, while still ensuring that you’re avoiding burnout.
- You see it regularly in the performance of athletes.…Whenever a commentator says…that someone was performing "above their level,"…the implication is that someone has exceeded…what was expected of them.…There's a growing body of knowledge…that psychologists say can help…to encourage high performance,…performance that's so far beyond…what we thought was achievable…that we thought it was impossible.…So, what are some of the ways…that we can dramatically step up performance?…The first is to invest in learning techniques…that can change the context of performance.…
That means using techniques such as mindfulness,…meditation, and yoga to give your mind the chance to focus…in ways you may not have been able to achieve before.…You'll also benefit from exercises…that improve your creativity,…and therefore your ability to solve problems.…The second is to seek out the expertise…and experience of others you respect,…who perform at the level you're looking for.…Sometimes the slightest change in perception…or technique or process can have a huge impact…
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- The history of performance management
- Self-driven performance management
- Setting adaptive performance goals
- Writing an adaptive performance agreement
- Team performance design
- Designing for high performance