Welcome to the Joy at Work Podcast with me, Dr John Kenworthy. In this guide we’re learning the
Four questions every leader should be asking, if they want to improve performance.
Improved performance requires growth. And without growth, our career is doomed to stagnation and eventual death. Am I exaggerating? Well, stop watering your plants for a few weeks and see what happens. Organizations that don’t get better, don’t improve their performance year on year are stagnating too.
If you has a leader, don’t grow, then your career will stagnate. You may be exceptionally good at what you do, but if you want to move up the hierarchy, you need to grow into that position before you get given it because afterwards is far too late.
Plus you won’t have developed your team to take on your job. So how can they promote you? How, then do we raise performance easily?
Our purpose and payoff being prepared to learn and change, and put in the necessary effort, is a critical step in growth and improve. And getting yourself and team members to regularly consider what’s going well. And what needs work is essential. If you want to improve performance.
To do this, I’m sharing Four simple yet, oh, so powerful neuroscience-based questions that work to stimulate personal growth and the resulting conversations will take you in just five to 15 minutes of your time.
Use it once now, as I guide you and you’ll immediately gain one benefit with a very clear action for next week. Use it with your team members once and you’ll gain one improvement in performance next week.
Use it weekly. And you’ll gain 52 improvements this year. The improvements don’t have to be huge. Small gains add greatly.
Before I start with the four questions, grab yourself a pen and paper or a iPad with a pencil, anything to make notes and be ready to pause as we go through this. The four questions starting off with keeping the good stuff.
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