Do you feel valued at work? – Finding and defining the value you create at work.
22 September 2018
13:45 – 14:45
You know how hard you work and how much time you put into our job. Do you get the recognition you feel you should? This workshop helps you find and define the valuable products you achieve by the activities and behavior you perform at work. You will be able to distinguish where your effort makes a difference, who benefits from your achievements and how valuable it is to them. You will be able to be more efficient, reducing unnecessary task by defining the level of detail and quality needed.
This session introduces a simple yet effective tool for finding the products of our effort at work and how they contribute to organisational overall success. It will be valuable for managers, analysts and individual contributors. Giving managers a way to clearly communicate expectations of performance, analysts to define where to intervene and what to improve and individuals to describe their contributions, finding argument/examples to share, e.g. at comp review/career development/ promotions/re-organizations, etc. The session is highly interactive. It activates participants to do during the session. Participants will create their own outputs to take away from the session.
After the session participants will be able to:
– Distinguish accomplishment-based management from behavior-based management
– Find and define valuable work outputs from an individual performer
– Describe what adequate performance looks like
– Set expectations for high performance
– Intended audience + knowledge level
A former fighter pilot of the Swedish Armed Forces and Certified Behavioral Psychologist, Johan has a unique combination of experiences from high-tech, high-performance environment and the “soft side” of Human Performance and Limitations. Disappointed with in-effective training-only approaches for managers and executives, he is now dedicated in improving performance through behavioral science and Six Boxes® Performance Thinking. Johan has frequently presented workshops and public seminars internationally for 12 years.