Is Tracking Performance Best in Building a Business?

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There is an easier way…

Social scientists researched “outcome only goals”, and they discovered that this mindset restricted growth, forming complacent behaviors because they do what is expected.

Without a learning culture, we can disconnect from the curiosity that expands the forward-thinking that business development needs to stay current.

By not focusing on performance-based outcomes, we allow the analysis of the “What If” dialog to expand the playful exploration that challenges what has worked to look for opportunities to do better.

This learning culture creates companies to be ahead of the curve. 

So how do we form teams that create this kind of experience?

A well-balanced team will need all kinds of behavior styles to help develop the curiosity and questioning required to see things beyond the scope of what is known.

If a leader’s behavioral trait is cautious and may require proof, this behavior may get stuck in waiting for answers, not moving to seek change, dependent on what has always worked.

On the other hand, if they are still taking risks and not waiting for feedback, they may lack direction and end up losing it all.

The value of having a diverse team keeps everyone open, creative and incorporates those fantastic team members that can question steps before destruction.

How do you know what you have in your team now? 

When working with the Know Your Talents team, we focus on the individuals’ strengths and group behavior to see the team’s strengths.

This process gives vital information that helps the team to work on their individual and collective strengths. When we all understand how we are all a part of the contribution and see each other’s value, it builds the confidence and creativity needed to match the ever-changing business demands.

Where could your company grow with this kind of team?

Contact us today to help you discover the power behind your employees.

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