Have you hit a slump or wondering what it will take to just shift yourself up a gear without the need to spend lots of time and money on training and development? Then
Tip 1 – Start to actively listen
This means you don’t just open your ears and let words filter in but become 100% present. Listening with ears, eyes and emotions so that you immerse yourself in the here and now. Those who actively listen are intent on understanding not just hearing and this means they don’t miss an opportunity; their productivity rockets and relationships improve. You can start this immediately by limiting distractions, giving someone your full attention and asking more questions.
Tip 2 – Rewrite your personal workplace rule book
Are you your own worst enemy when it comes to performance management. Zapping our energy and effectiveness with poor habits which impact time and attention management, and knock our performance. Giving your own personal workplace rule book an overhaul will help you stop bad behaviours which are limiting you. It starts with an honest reflection on habits, identification of better behaviour and then rewriting the personal rules. Perhaps, it’s the ‘no chit chat’ at work rule or the rules around diary management that need attention. Maybe, it’s the saying no more than yes rule. Or rules that stop you always being distracted by email or technology.
You will know what needs to change when you take a look at your daily routine, identify where and how you spend time and when you honestly accept you are holding yourself back
Tip 3 – Set developmental goals
If you know something isn’t working and you want to change it, then don’t just think it or set an intention, set a clearly defined, measurable goal. Goals
Start leading yourself to better and you’ll start to make every day your best day.
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