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  • Do your structures and systems fully support people in bringing their best to their work on a consistent basis? © Ian Berry 1990-2010
  • A yes answer means you are embracing one of what I believe are 8 critical factors for success in modern business © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Compelling story Values are Virtues Enlightened self-interest Six word strategy Systems and structures that fully support people Memorable Service Decisions - right people, right time, right place Community culture © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • There are 3 main reasons why great strategies fail to get executed 1. people are not in the right roles 2. people charged with execution don’t really know what the strategy is 3. strategy has not been personalised to each executor © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • To changes these sad scenarios © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Design your structure as a product/service delivery supply chain © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • and do so without people in mind © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Consider all your stakeholders when you design your structure © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Shareholders/ Governments NGO’s Communities Owners Board Leaders Employees Customers Outside Suppliers Planet Performance Financiers Partners
  • Then match people to clarified roles © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • a role clarity template is here http://www.ianberry.au.com/Ianstoolkit.html © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Engage your people © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • First: define your strategy in 6 words See my slideshare on strategy for how © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Second: personalise strategy with every employee © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • By ensuring every employee has a personal development plan © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • That is aligned with your strategy © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • and details their personal and business goals and how they will be achieved © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • a template for doing this is here http://www.ianberry.au.com/Ianstoolkit.html © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Get really good at appreciating people when they do well © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • And holding them to account when performance doesn’t meet agreed standards © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Appreciate and hold to account by using the technique on the next slide © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • How are things going? + response How does that make you feel? (silence) Great, Brilliant or whatever Any other areas I can help you with? (silence) - response What happened? (silence) What do you need to do to get back on track? (silence) Is there anything I can do to help you? (silence) Anything else? (silence) © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Review your employees performance plans formally at least every 90 days © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • If you have appreciated and held people to account informally © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Formal reviews will be a breeze © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • And they will accomplish the only two reasons for doing a formal review © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • 1. Celebrating achievements 2. Adjusting performance plans for the next 90 days © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • People do not want to be appraised! © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • They do want to be appreciated and held to account in the right spirit © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • My appreciation and accountability technique is explained fully in this ebook plus there are 44 further techniques You can purchase this ebook for just $5 AUD at www.ianberry.au.com/45ebook.html © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Maybe I can help you further? I provide 1, 2, or 3 Mentoring calls? on 3 means 24/7 access to life-long learning vault Find out more at www.ianberry.au.com/mentoring.html
  • I tell stories that stir hearts shift thinking and inspire people to step-up their achievements
  • I partner with passionate entrepreneurs, social entrepreneurs, business leaders, and SME owners to turn 8 critical factors into reality © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Compelling story Values are Virtues Enlightened self-interest Six word strategy Systems and structures that fully support people Memorable Service Decisions - right people, right time, right place Community culture © Ian Berry 2009 All rights reserved
  • Join Differencemakers Community being the difference we want to see in the world www.differencemakers.com.au Sign-up to my personal and business development gifts on the home page of my website and get this ebook FREE It contains 142 possible actions for doing good and therefore becoming great in your life and work www.ianberry.au.com
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