Wednesday, March 31, 2010

What's leadership's role in creating a high performance culture?

Leaders have a direct impact on creating a high performance culture to get the most out of their people based upon the situation. 

We believe it is the leader’s challenge to create the circumstances that stimulate improved performance and execution from the people within their organization. The key question for business leaders is not “why” high performance but rather “how”?

Whether it is growing 30% per year, maintaining the prestige of a great artistic institution, creating elite military capability, or succeeding in business, it often comes down to situational leadership skills and how they translate into consistently stimulating high performance.

Research has indicated that 46% of organizations cite creating a high performance culture as one of their top 3 talent management priorities and yet 61% of line managers do not feel that the talent and performance management processes they have today are driving greater performance from the business.

So the question is not whether you should drive performance but rather HOW?

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