Bill Allison speaks about helping your team be creative, putting the user experience first, and assessing his own performance.
In order to achieve high performance it is important that we are able to work with focus. In one moment, the point of interruption, we lose our focus and our progress stops. No matter how brief the interruption, no matter how quick the “Hello, how’s it going?” the damage is done.
Paul Carroll describes the performance management cycle, and the annual reviews which should be happening this time of year.
Liz Elliott shares some of her thoughts about the principles which can help create a high performance culture in the workplace.
“What should I do now?” This is a question that staff have regularly as there is typically too much work to do, and not enough time to do it. How can you decide what is the best use of your time in any given period of time? This is where priority setting comes in.
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