Create A Cycle Of Success To Ramp Up Performance

Posted in : Coaching in the Moment on 4 August 2020
Karl O'Connor
OCN Coaching Champions Ltd
Issues covered: Performance management; Motivation; Coaching; Performance Improvement

A re-occurring theme leaders face when reviewing their team and individual direct reports performance is: ‘how do we know what to focus on? Where do we start?’ As coaches, we have been asked these questions many times across different industries. The topic is particularly relevant now as leaders focus on delivering more through their people during a time of unprecedented change.

The tool we are about to share with you is one of the most effective we have for creating real momentum in performance improvement. It’s called the ‘Cycle of Success’.

Create a cycle of success for performance improvement

The Challenge

Where do I start to help improve my team and individuals output?


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Karl O'Connor
OCN Coaching Champions Ltd

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