This program prepares your employees to self-manage their performance to support short and long-term performance, development, and career goals.
Participants learn how to ask questions that will result in new insights to know:
How to be even more effective moving forward (course correction, a shift in behavior, different or altered actions, what to start doing more of or less of)
Asking for input enables employees to proactively uncover helpful information versus waiting passively and hoping someone else provides feedback.
Discover how everyday work interactions can offer the best opportunities for on-the-spot insights by learning how to ask thoughtful questions of managers, colleagues, and anyone you support and interact with at work.
Learn the difference between feedback about past actions and insight (expanding your perspective by asking questions about what's working now and ideas for future contributions and improvements). Choose the approach that works best for you based on the situation and your preference.
Strengthen your communications with your manager with ongoing two-way conversations about your performance priorities, skill development, work interests, and your progress. Learn a framework for brief one-to-one discussions with your manager to recognize accomplishments. strengths and near-term areas of focus. Ongoing conversations about what's working now and how to be even more effective moving forward (versus annual reviews that look backward).
Learn how to pre-select questions to ask your manager to gain clear answers and insight about your: accomplishments, positive impact, short and long-term professional development interests, and your most immediate work priorities and action items.
Use Two Visual Models to understand your current and planned performance, professional interests, and career direction.