By Paul G. Schempp
Each elite performer--from Tiger Woods to Richard Branson--begins their trip to mastery in the beginning: developing a suite of planned perform actions which are tightly coordinated and concentrated sequentially on enhancing particular points of functionality, one step at a time. Drawing from the most recent, leap forward examine of the features that outline professional or elite performers, five Steps to professional offers a close roadmap for an individual who aspires to boost from their current point of competence to a better point of functionality and the leaders, managers, and HR coaches charged with enhancing person competence and organizational competitiveness.
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So, beginners who have not “been there, done that” should find people who have and learn from their experiences. Going Beyond Beginner You need to do more than just spend time on the job to become more skilled. You need to learn from your experiences and gain a great deal more knowledge to reduce mistakes and increase successes. Combining experience with activities such as reflective practice, journal writing, professional meetings, reading, and networking with colleagues can help beginners gain knowledge and insight.
Imagine leaving high school having failed mathematics repeatedly and having been stigmatized since childhood because of dyslexia. In short, by age sixteen you could neither read nor write with even a functional capacity. 13 We often hear people speak of high performers as talented in some physical or intellectual way. Branson was neither. Given his disabilities, he would never be able to read adequately a simple contract or decipher the balance sheet of a 19 5 STEPS TO EXPERT corporation. What Branson could do was develop the skills that would make him successful, and as unlikely as that seems, that is precisely what he did.
Others may rival your experience, knowledge, or skills, but few will consistently outperform you. Experience: A Great Teacher There is no substitute for experience when it comes to developing expertise. It’s when you are actually performing a task that your knowledge and skills unite to determine your level of performance. Experience offers opportunities for learning. Unfortunately, all too often people ignore the lessons offered by their experience and simply repeat the same ineffective patterns of performance.
5 Steps to Expert: How to Go from Business Novice to Elite Performer by Paul G. Schempp