Tag archive for performance

Are There Any Benefits to Force Ranking Employees?

Companies are still adopting the vitality curve as a way to evaluate performance. Is it effective? Does it hamper morale and collaboration?

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The Secret? Surround Yourself By Greatness

Surrounding yourself with people who behave in ways that are positive and align with the type of person you want to be, you are more likely to incorporate those behaviors into your life.

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This Is It- Accepting Feedback and Adapting

Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, seventeen time Grammy winner, still practices, and practices, and practices. Even though he’s been doing this job over 45 years.

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5 Strategies To Coach “Institutionalized” Employees

Focusing on ways to improved engagement of long-term employees can turn them into your greatest asset.

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Succeeding: Teaching Vs. Coaching Your Employees

Are you committed to your employees’ success? Teaching vs. coaching your employees.

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Are YOU Coachable? 3 Ways To Ensure You Are

What do you see as barriers to being coached? Do you believe YOU are coachable?

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Self Promoters: How Great Do You Say You Are?

The people who really are the “rockstars” are often the least likely to toot their own horn. The people that constantly tell everyone how great they are or how many things they accomplish are often the ones who are doing so in order to cover the fact that they are living a lie. Their performance can be sub-par and they overcompensate to hide that they are insecure or less productive.

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Managing others is about…..YOU

You cannot change others, so don’t focus your time there.

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