By Paul G. Schempp
Each elite performer--from Tiger Woods to Richard Branson--begins their trip to mastery firstly: setting up a collection of planned perform actions which are tightly coordinated and targeted sequentially on bettering particular points of functionality, one step at a time. Drawing from the most recent, leap forward learn of the features that outline specialist or elite performers, five Steps to specialist presents an in depth roadmap for someone who aspires to improve from their current point of competence to the next point of functionality and the leaders, managers, and HR coaches charged with bettering person competence and organizational competitiveness.
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What did you learn? 24 THE THREE KEYS TO EXPERTISE E X P E RT I S E E X E R C I S E 3 EXPERTISE KEY 2: YOUR KNOWLEDGE If you were designing a training program for the person who will eventually replace you, what would be the four most important training topics? 1. 2. 3. 4. E X P E RT I S E E X E R C I S E 4 EXPERTISE KEY 3: YOUR SKILLS Picture yourself walking alone along an empty beach and discovering an ornate glass bottle sticking out of the sand. You reach down, pull it up, and, while rubbing the sand off the bottle to better see the intricate design, you feel the bottle rumble and see smoke shooting out the top.
An offshore oil rig can be a dangerous place to work. With 47 5 STEPS TO EXPERT large amounts of heavy and sophisticated equipment attended to by a small army, and all perched precariously over an ever-changing sea miles from dry land or help, the decisions made on the oil rig have serious and immediate consequences. A single mistake can quickly translate to a catastrophic disaster. Researchers studied the decision making of eighteen offshore oil rig managers from two operating companies. In simulated emergencies, they found all of the managers could identify the first critical decisions to be made, as well as the cues, goals, and expectations for handling the emergency.
They saw their performance as a direct result of their actions and took proactive responsibility. 6 As a beginner, you may feel a lack of control and responsibility. If so, you may not be inclined to put much effort toward improving your performance when you feel you have neither responsibility for nor control of the results. You may even dismiss poor performance as normal and acceptable and give up early and easily. This characteristic is a watershed mark in developing expertise. When you feel responsible for outcomes and adjust your actions to improve your performance, you begin moving to the next step toward becoming expert.
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