Posts Tagged ‘performance’

The ABC’S of Inconsistent Employee Performance

If you have ever led a team or run an organization, you have likely experienced a moment of frustration when one, two, or perhaps most of your people weren’t doing what you wanted them to do. In those instances, I imagine that questions similar to these ran through your mind as you considered your team…

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Want to Be a True Performer? Do This…

You’re excited about your new job. You want to make an impact. You hit the ground running. Over time, you build new relationships, deliver good results, and make a name for yourself. A few weeks pass. Weeks become months. Months become years. You grow comfortable. If you see yourself or a colleague falling into the comfort…

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5 Questions Every Team Member Should Be Able to Answer

Every year, organizations invest millions, if not billions of dollars to generate sales, launch new products, improve customer service, increase employee effectiveness, and reduce inefficiencies, all in an effort to ultimately deliver on strategic priorities. Process improvement initiatives, computer systems sporting acronym-laden names, and continual reorganization efforts often lead the pack. At times, desired results…

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A Quick Thought About People

Your people aren’t just warm bodies in a cubicle maze or interchangeable parts in a machine. They are individuals, each with unique capabilities, hopes, dreams, and a wide-range of other characteristics that make up the human experience. Your people want to be recognized as individuals. You should know what matters to each of your team…

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