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The 7 Levers for Building Exemplary Performance

  • Wednesday, February 22, 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • City of Miami Beach Auditorium - 1755 Meridian Avenue 3rd Floor training room, Miami Beach, FL 33139 ( Parking located in the garage behind the building - 3rd floor)

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The 7 Levers for Building Exemplary Performance

 

At the end of the day, your success won't be measured by how clean your PowerPoint was, how effective your facilitation of the exercises was, or even how well the participants scored on a post-test.  If competence isn't acquired, transferred back to the job and contributes positively to the bottom line all of your hard work will have been for naught. 

 

Prior to launching your new training program, you should be clear on what exemplary performance looks like for your client, and have a clear strategy for how you will rehearse the behaviors that lead to exemplary performance.

 

Imagine what if would like like if everyone performed at the exemplary level.  The value would be tremendous.  In this action packed session, you will learn how to use the 7 levers of performance to propel everyone's performance.  Come prepared to learn, share, practice, and have fun.

 

At the conclusion of the workshop, you will be able to:

  1. Explain how each of the 7 levers impacts performance
  2. Determine which lever to focus on for any given performance development challenge
  3. Drive performance to the exemplary level for each person in the organization.

 

You will walk away from this session with a job-aid you can immediately put into practice at your own organization.

 



Presenter: Michael Sabbag

 

Michael Sabbag is author of Developing Exemplary Performance One Person at a Time and is recipient of South Florida Business Journal’s “Excellence in Human Resources” award. Michael has served as the Vice President of Talent Management at Learn.com and the President of Performance & Training Consultants, Inc.  Michael’s experience spans over twenty-five years in Organizational Development, Performance Management and Training.  He is an active member of ASTD and has served as a past President of the Fort Lauderdale Chapter of ASTD and as a National Advisor to Chapters. 

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