Learn how to establish a set of adaptive performance goals—with yourself, with your co-workers, and with your manager.
- One of the most critical parts…of adaptive performance management is…establishing a set of agreements…with yourself, with your coworkers, and with your manager.…The most important of those agreements is the one…you have with yourself and that means establishing…a continually updated set of goals.…There are many techniques for establishing those goals.…I find the most valuable is to start with visualization.…So let's focus first on the kinds of goals…that aren't necessarily anchored to the work…that you're doing today.…
Instead let's look at the goals that are most…meaningful to you personally whether they're…rooted in your work or not.…So, pull out a sheet of paper,…answer these questions for yourself.…What do you want to know?…What are the bodies of information…that would be fascinating for you to have in your head?…What do you want to be able to do?…What kinds of activities would be most enjoyable for you?…And which ones do you want to be great at?…Last, how do you want to be able to do those things?…What kinds of self-management skills do you want…
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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