Tip of the Month by Ron Jasniowski
Achievers Born Great Achievers?
When I ask this question in my one-day
seminars, some people reply yes and some reply no. If the correct answer
is yes, managers can't have much of an impact on employee
performance. People would be hopelessly locked into their own level of
performance. The good news is everyone is born with varying degrees of
talents, but all talents must be
developed! Those fortunate enough to have wise mentors have a definite advantage.
managers have no idea of their potential to help employees
improve. Your employees will make you look good if you help them develop
their untapped potential. This is especially true if you can help them
improve in character traits they are weak in (traits such as:
initiative and thoroughness).
be done in your employee meetings by incorporating a few minutes of discussion on the character
trait of the month. Hanging posters with
definitions of the character trait of the month also helps. And most
importantly, don’t forget to reinforce behavior you want repeated by
praising people for the character traits they practice!
are serious about turning ordinary people into extraordinary employees,
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