Join Gary Bolles for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps: Achieve lifelong performance, part of The Future of Performance Management.
- We've covered a lot of ground in this course…as we shifted the perspective of…traditional performance management to an ongoing process…of continuous improvement.…Now, as human beings, we're all growing…and changing constantly.…The more we can guide our own growth towards the things…that matter to the most of us as individuals,…and to the goals of our teams, and of our organizations,…the more we can feel we can accomplish.…So, how can you live a life that's dedicated…to continually improved performance?…I'm going to give you five strategies.…
First, know thyself.…The more regularly you conduct your own self inventory…of your skills and your interests,…the better you'll be able to understand how far you've come.…Compare what you've learned about yourself recently…with your self inventory from a previous time.…Giving yourself credit for all that you've accomplished…and for the knowledges and skills you've developed,…is the most basic building block of lifelong performance.…Second, have a portfolio of goals,…a set of the things you want to attain in your life.…
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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