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The Key to Developing People - Gareth Jones
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The Key to Developing People - Gareth Jones

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Gareth Jones talks about developing people and product managers at ProductTank Feb 2013

Gareth Jones talks about developing people and product managers at ProductTank Feb 2013

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  • 1. The Key to Developing PeopleHow to give every productmanager the opportunity to bebrilliant at work 
  • 2. The 5 elements of performance prediction… 75% Accuracy When all 5 elements are considered 25% Intellect The speed and accuracy at which you take in, process and retain pieces of information. Values Hard to change The innate characteristics that shape your behaviour at work. If you just use Experience to predict theyears old. Our values are formed by the time we are 7 success of a person in an Accuracy in organisation you will only find out if they have done the job before. Predicting Motivations You will not find out how likely theyExtrinsic motivators that drive good at that job or if A combination of the Intrinsic and are to be any Performance you at work. they have the potential to progress or grow the role any further. Behaviours They are our core working habits which we ACTUALLY do, not what we CAN do.When only Experience Is considered Experience The skills and competencies we learn throughout our working lives. They 25% are the things we CAN do, not what we DO do. Easy to change Accuracy
  • 3. Thanks!Gareth Jones07880 742 581@garelaosgarethj@thechemistrygroup.com

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