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Topgrading explained! How to topgrade successfully.

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Topgrading an organization helps to create a better future for the organization and its employees. When done effectively, it can improve engagement, help people accelerate their professional …

Topgrading an organization helps to create a better future for the organization and its employees. When done effectively, it can improve engagement, help people accelerate their professional development, and create greater organizational value.

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  • 1. Topgrading: Helping People and Organizations Become Peak Performers For more information, contact info@boyermanagement.com
  • 2. The Classic Topgrading Model Objective: to fill every position in an organization with an A player (at the appropriate compensation level) by hiring A-players, developing B players into A players and developing C players into B players or into a different career path. 10% 70% 20% A-Player: mastery of job; self-directed; consistently excellent results; peer leader; sets the pace for organization; innovator; thinks/contributes beyond assigned unit. B-Player: solid citizen; strong performer; few problems; team player; adds value; supports the organization’s initiatives; consistently accomplishes all goals; goes the extra mile . C-Player: inconsistent or unacceptable performance; lacks initiative; consistently has problems; often late or incomplete on assignments; makes excuses. Copyright© 2002-2012 By Boyer Management Group. All Rights Reserved. www.boyermanagment.com 2
  • 3. How BMG Helps Organizations Topgrade • Benchmark the current practices and ID A-B-C levels by position. • Position by position . . modeling with new . A-B-C standards. Assess the Organization Build Ideal Models Assure Long-Term Success Implement Solutions • Follow-up & Milestone Measurement Copyright© 2002-2012 By Boyer Management Group. All Rights Reserved. www.boyermanagment.com • Develop the gap ..training and ..programs to drive ..progress. 3
  • 4. Key Topgrading Tools  Customized Topgrading Grids  Developed for all positions where topgrading is desired.  Enables ongoing self-administration to assure uplift of performance in topgraded positions.  Customized Topgrading Plans  Organizational plans to drive stakeholder value.  Individual plans to drive individual growth and development.  Bestselling Topgrading Books  Educate leadership and the organization on key topgrading principles.  Formal and informal approaches. Copyright© 2002-2012 By Boyer Management Group. All Rights Reserved. www.boyermanagment.com 4
  • 5. Let Us Help You Topgrade! hank@boyermanagement.com www.boyermanagement.com Copyright© 2002-2012 By Boyer Management Group. All Rights Reserved. www.boyermanagment.com 5

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