Stop the Insanity: Conversations to Help Performance SOAR

By Leah Clark, BlessingWhite Consultant

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11 Responses

  1. Florencia Davel says:

    Great article. Having deep conversations and a timely feedback are key factors for our development.
    Also, I´ve liked the idea of watching asking for the TO DO LIST, challenging the team to prioritize and focus on the key aspects.

  2. Lalgudi Harikrishnan says:

    It will be useful if supervisees are also trained/advised to try a growth mind set while receiving a critical feedback. Such a training will help individual contributors to benefit from the feedback they receive. It will also help the manager of every individual contributor to be more successful in delivering an otherwise harsh feedback.

  3. Sam Chen says:

    I´ve liked the idea of watching asking for the to do list, challenging the team to prioritize and focus on the key aspects.

  4. Ann Saylors says:

    The quote “strive not to be a success but rather to be of value” really resonates. This should be the philosophy I pass to my team by example and by coaching.

  5. Indira Hector says:

    I like the shared ownership philosophy. Employees should also be encouraged to initiate performance management discussions. If at year-end an employees feels that they did not have performance management discussions with their manager both parties are accountable.

  6. Michael Richardson says:

    Striving to add value is a real game changer – success is a false goal as it means so many different things to different people. Adding value moves us all to a goal

  7. Peg says:

    In the fast pace setting we are all in, keeping a constant check on the priority is important for the manager and the employee. We all need to make sure that we help keep ourselves and our teams focused!

  8. iveth says:

    good articule

  9. Pam says:

    Excellent Article and very useful information

  10. Kuldeep Jodha says:

    It will help me to be more successful in delivering an constructive feedback.

  11. Roger says:

    I like the acronym.

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