Rising stars are the future leaders of your organization. They're typically quick to understand their roles, deliver outstanding results, and require little guidance or assistance from you as they do their work. They actively seek out new growth opportunities.
- Your team members who are in the upper right quadrant…of the leadership matrix are your exemplars.…One type of exemplar is your rising star.…Rising stars are your future leaders.…They're eventually going to be taking over your role.…These people require very little…leadership capital investment,…and they deliver great results.…They're typically quick to understand their roles,…they deliver outstanding results,…and they require very little guidance or assistance…from you as they do their work.…
They actively seek out new growth opportunities.…There are some pretty easy ways to spot a rising star.…First, they make a strong early impression.…You put them in the role and they're on their way.…They're dedicated, they have a strong sense of pride…of ownership in their work.…They quickly master their role…and deliver high quality results.…They're always seeking out new ways to improve their role,…as well as pursuing growth opportunities…to improve themselves.…They volunteer and help out other people,…and a lot of times people from other organizations…
- Recognize the Leadership Matrix and four ways to assess a team member's results.
- Classify performance patterns into the four quadrants of the leadership matrix.
- Select appropriate performance improvement techniques for eight performance patterns.
- Name the eight common performance patterns and recall how to identify them.
- Describe different ways to lead and motivate associates within the eight different performance patterns.
- Recognize the three major time allocation pitfalls that leaders face.