Many management experts have asserted that performance is a result of Skill and Willingness to Perform. In our coaching assignments in the last few years, more than 90% of issues pertaining to performance fall in the category of Willingness to Perform. Only in rare cases was there a lack of skills or knowledge to get the job done. There are endless examples of employees who start work at the same time with roughly the same skills and qualifications but end up at opposite ends of the performance scale. When the crux of performance is the absence of willingness to perform, the solution is often to focus on motivation.
This one-day program addresses some of the more common ailments that impact motivation. More importantly, using powerful conversations as a tool, it also provides techniques on how to manage such issues at the workplace.
- To understand what constitutes performance, what is motivation and what really drives it in the corporate environment?
- To be able to explain how Skill and Will supports and impacts each other
- To practice skills of powerful conversations to manage performance
Muhammad Sabri, a Senior Lecturer at the ASB, comes with a wealth of experience after working more than 25 years in the government sector as well as in the oil and gas industry. His tenure at PETRONAS allowed him the opportunity to work alongside renowned organizations like McKinsey as it rolled out its Operational Performance Improvement initiatives and its Global Leadership Learning Series, which was made compulsory in more than 25 countries. His skills at Top Team Alignment has helped many Senior Management Teams improve their effectiveness in their leadership roles.
MUHAMMAD SABRI RAWI
Portland State University, Oregon, BA (English), MA (Education)
AREA OF EXPERTISE
Personal Leadership, Coaching for Performance, Communications, Public Speaking, Top Team Dynamic
Anyone with teams to lead