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Performance is the driving force behind every successful business. So it’s no surprise everyone who has to do with this world wants to know the latest secrets to boosting performance.
If this is something you are interested as well, then you’re in luck. In this article, we’ve compiled some of the best tips for increasing productivity. So the best part is they all come straight from experts in this field.
Engagement Starts at the Top
Every CEO and team leader wants to have energized, engaged employees who always bring their A-game to work and who can create positive change within the company. Because that’s the kind of attitude which helps boost performance.
However, to have engaged employees, you need to have an engaged leadership.
As a human capital consultant, Sharon Weinstein has helped many important companies to sustain and communicate engagement within their ranks.
Based on her experience, she argues that every company leader should have a plan:
- to inform their staff of the company’s guiding principles and purpose
- to inspire them by sharing a compelling vision of what the future can bring
- and to keep them engaged by checking in with their progress and praising their achievements.
Want to learn more about this?
Watch Sharon Weinstein deliver a powerful speech on how engagement can fuel individual and organizational performance.
Convert Compliance into Commitment
According to Tom Flick, who is an authority on Leadership, Leading Change, and Accelerating performance, achieving top performance requires a committed workforce.
There is a high-impact leadership principle which explains this best:
When we do what we choose to do, we are committed. When we do what we have to do, we are compliant.
Compliance is doing just enough; it’s merely “going through the motions” to get things done. Commitment, on the other hand, is about going the extra mile. And that’s what pushes people to greatness.
The best leaders know how to move people from a position of compliance to one of commitment by creating opportunities for them to make positive choices which are beneficial to both them and the organization.
In his keynote presentation titled Creating Legacy Teams: Achieving Top Team Performance, Tom Flick emphasizes the importance of creating an environment where employees don’t just feel like they have to conform, but feel inspired to thrive.
Here’s a snippet from one of Tom’s presentations on this topic:
Performance Is About Not Holding Back
As a battle-hardened business executive and decorated U.S. Marine veteran, Michael Veltri draws on his exceptional background to help CEOs and senior executives make changes which improve performance.
One of his secrets to boosting performance is that performance is often related to confidence. Many of your employees may be holding themselves back from reaching peak performance because they don’t realize what they are capable of.
So one of the keys to increasing workplace performance is to help your employees develop the strength and the self-confidence to stop hesitating at every crossroad.
This will help you build elite, successful teams, and thus drive transformation within your organization.
If you want to learn more about Michael Veltri and the kind of insight he can provide, then make sure to check his available programs here.
Share Top Secrets to Boosting Performance with Your Team Leaders
Great performance doesn’t just fall from the sky; it’s something you need to cultivate within your organization.
If you’re planning a corporate event and want to help, your company’s leaders better understand their role in shaping an environment of accelerating performance, book one of the keynote speakers included in this article.
They’ll share many more secrets to boosting performance while delivering an insightful and inspiring presentation. Don’t hesitate to call us at (615) 283-0039 for more information.