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Barriers to Performance Improvement – Part Five

This is part five of the five part series about the Barriers to Performance Improvement.

These are all major and common in business and organizations today and will need to be addressed in order to completely turn around our competitive advantage in the global economy.

The Fifth Barrier to Performance Improvement is…

Barriers to Performance Improvement – Part Four

This is part four of a five part series about the Barriers to Performance Improvement.

These are all major and common in business and organizations today and will need to be addressed in order to completely turn around our competitive advantage in the global economy.

The Fourth Barrier to Performance Improvement is…

Misuse of Work Management Disciplines

Barriers to Performance Improvement – Part Three

This is part three of a five part series about the Barriers to Performance Improvement.

These are all major and common in business and organizations today and will need to be addressed in order to completely turn around our competitive advantage in the global economy.

The Third Barrier to Performance Improvement is…

Barriers to Performance Improvement – Part One

This is part one of a five part series about the Barriers to Performance Improvement.

These are all major and common in business and organizations today and will need to be addressed in order to completely turn around our competitive advantage in the global economy.

The First Barrier to Performance Improvement is…

Barriers to Performance Improvement

This coming week, I will be sharing major barriers to Performance Improvement. This will be a Five Part series dealing with the Major Barriers to Performance Improvement and the issues involved with each step.

Follow this series and your will learn how to turn these barriers into starting points or better yet, launch pads to greater performance and productivity than you even experienced before.

Several of these are common mistakes made by leaders and managers – especially during poor economic times like we have experienced over the past three years.

So, mark this site or post it on your site for others to read and learn the keys to turning a lack of Performance Improvement into a Catalyst for Effective Performance Improvement.

Emotional Intelligence and Coaching

Just spent a couple of hours listening to the authors of Emotional Intelligence Coaching – Improving performance for leaders, coaches and the individual. This is really good information. If you get a chance get the book and read it. It is full of very valuable information and provides a toolbox for implementing the process in your organization.

Some of the basic concepts contained in this outstanding book include information on how the brain actually works. It explains what happens when stress overrides the logically mind and the emotional or reptilian brain takes over our decision making process.

After connecting the dots on the mechanics of the brain, the authors then take on emotional intelligence -or the ability to remain calm dealing very stressful environments so you make better decisions. Better decisions lead to better or more effective leadership skills.

Now Robin had time to visit with the authors about a key determining factor of one’s performance – your subconscious beliefs. They were very impressed and want to discuss more about the process she uses with her clients to reprogram the subconscious mind for more effective performance.

If you are interested in her process, go to her blog – PowerofMindset.com and read about some of the life changing power she uses with her client. Enjoy the research. Then, if you want more information, please call her at 901-757-4434.