Learn how to craft your own performance agreement that so you are self-driven to meet your own goals. Also learn why it is crucial to continually update these goals and build in metrics to measure performance.
- Once you've established your adaptive performance goals…you're ready to craft an adaptive performance agreement.…An adaptive performance agreement is an agreement…first, with yourself.…Most valuable commitments are those…that you make to yourself and that you keep.…The more self-driven you can be in the agreements you make…the better you'll be able to achieve your goals.…Now, some people set pretty low bars…within their self-agreements.…If their most basic goal is to simply…show up at work, do repetitive work,…and then go home, that's obviously their choice.…
I'm hoping that's not true for you.…And in fact, if you've done as I've suggested,…and you've performed your own self-inventory…so you know your best-loved skills…and other work attributes,…then it won't even be an option to simply show up.…You'll be driven to use your best-loved skills.…And to continually set new goals for yourself.…So,…what should that agreement look like?…As much as possible, it has to be anchored…in a set of metrics.…Some organizations call these KPIs…
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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