The Performance Edge Plus is a special LMA programme designed for SME owners.
It is the standard Performance Edge programme with the addition of one-to-one coaching sessions to ensure you can implement what you have learnt into your business.
The 2019 programme begins on June 20 and consists of 9 weekly 2.5 hour workshops, followed by follow up one to one coaching.
This programme is eligible for the NZTE capability voucher.
Note that each participant is asked to find a mentor from their business, this may be a director of your company, your business partner or business advisor. They will be involved in the programme at key times to ensure you have additional support for implementation.
To find out more Download the full brochure and register/contact Shona Glentworth
If you want to make a real difference to your business, this is an ideal programme for both personal and business growth – don’t delay – register now.
An advertisement from the Spring Taranaki Chamber of Commerce Newsletter, tells the story of my involvement in business over 15 years.
I often use the analogy of a jigsaw puzzle when talking about implementation within an organisation.
A jigsaw can serve its function with one or two pieces missing, but you notice the gaps. Any more than a few, and the picture may not make sense.
What are all the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle for your organisation?
Two models that I use when assessing gaps are:
- People, Process, Product – this model has its origins in Quality Management and is reasonably self explanatory. In order for organisations to be successful they need to have a good understanding of the product or service they provide, have standards for that product or service, have good processes that deliver to that standard in an efficient and compliant manner and have people with all the skills and attributes required to follow those process to deliver the product or service.
- Needs of individual, team and task – this model looks at the overlapping needs of all three components to ensure that an organisation is addressing them, it also highlights you can’t meet one set of needs at the expense of another. The needs of the task can be framed as the resources and processes needed to complete the task, the team needs to be able to work together and grow together and each individual brings their own set of needs to work (eg fair pay, training, flexible working, sense of belonging or doing something worthwhile etc)
Have you created a complete jigsaw in your organisation, or are there bits missing?
If you would like support in this area contact us