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Learning to Perform: 4 Rules of Learning to Perform
Learning to Perform: 4 Rules of Learning to Perform
Learning to Perform: 4 Rules of Learning to Perform
Learning to Perform: 4 Rules of Learning to Perform
Learning to Perform: 4 Rules of Learning to Perform
Learning to Perform: 4 Rules of Learning to Perform
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Learning to Perform: 4 Rules of Learning to Perform

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First: Learn fast – perform faster …speed becomes important in professional world…this is one flip side to this…slower you learn…faster you will loose the race…faster you give the result…..faster the …

First: Learn fast – perform faster …speed becomes important in professional world…this is one flip side to this…slower you learn…faster you will loose the race…faster you give the result…..faster the organizational goals can be achieved
Second: Learn thoroughly with all ins and out deeply that it becomes integrate part of your behavior system…..you are likely to perform consistent and reliable at all times.
Third: Learn continuously and perform competitive…..the moment you stop learning, you would loose your competitive edge…this is fundamental issue with performance controlled by learning….. You got to keep learning
Fourth: Learn and do practice….more practice…more it get ingresses in to your personality and more solid knowledge and skills you would acquire.

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  • Professionals
    Of course all of you are the professionals- hoping to learn something new which give you an advantage to perform in the professional world
    Race:
    How many of you agree that professional world is a race?
    This race may not be with others to necessarily defeat anyone
    But race is with oneself to perform to the maximum permissible limits
    What makes performing better than max?
    I have spent many years doing research while consulting across the globe and have been asking one question- What makes people perform better than maximum?
    Over the years I was able to identify few key driving parameters that controls performance beyond the maximum
    I have designed a system around HPT called PFS to help professionals like you and me to perform to next level
    I am a certified Performance Technologist so I would talk ‘Technology of performance. Not psychology of performance.
  • First of all let me build the concept of learned personality performance model and start with rules of learning
    There are 4 rules fundamental to the performance
    First: Learn fast – perform faster …speed becomes important in professional world…this is one flip side to this…slower you learn…faster you will loose the race…faster you give the result…..faster the organizational goals can be achieved
    Second: Learn thoroughly with all ins and out deeply that it becomes integrate part of your behavior system…..you are likely to perform consistent and reliable at all times.
    Third: Learn continuously and perform competitive…..the moment you stop learning, you would loose your competitive edge…this is fundamental issue with performance controlled by learning….. You got to keep learning
    And what is the last rule?
    Any idea?
    Okay I will give you the hint
    Fourth: Learn and do practice….more practice…more it get ingresses in to your personality and more solid knowledge and skills you would acquire.
    WRITE ON BOARD
  • First of all let me build the concept of learned personality performance model and start with rules of learning
    There are 4 rules fundamental to the performance
    First: Learn fast – perform faster …speed becomes important in professional world…this is one flip side to this…slower you learn…faster you will loose the race…faster you give the result…..faster the organizational goals can be achieved
    Second: Learn thoroughly with all ins and out deeply that it becomes integrate part of your behavior system…..you are likely to perform consistent and reliable at all times.
    Third: Learn continuously and perform competitive…..the moment you stop learning, you would loose your competitive edge…this is fundamental issue with performance controlled by learning….. You got to keep learning
    And what is the last rule?
    Any idea?
    Okay I will give you the hint
    Fourth: Learn and do practice….more practice…more it get ingresses in to your personality and more solid knowledge and skills you would acquire.
    WRITE ON BOARD
  • First of all let me build the concept of learned personality performance model and start with rules of learning
    There are 4 rules fundamental to the performance
    First: Learn fast – perform faster …speed becomes important in professional world…this is one flip side to this…slower you learn…faster you will loose the race…faster you give the result…..faster the organizational goals can be achieved
    Second: Learn thoroughly with all ins and out deeply that it becomes integrate part of your behavior system…..you are likely to perform consistent and reliable at all times.
    Third: Learn continuously and perform competitive…..the moment you stop learning, you would loose your competitive edge…this is fundamental issue with performance controlled by learning….. You got to keep learning
    And what is the last rule?
    Any idea?
    Okay I will give you the hint
    Fourth: Learn and do practice….more practice…more it get ingresses in to your personality and more solid knowledge and skills you would acquire.
    WRITE ON BOARD
  • First of all let me build the concept of learned personality performance model and start with rules of learning
    There are 4 rules fundamental to the performance
    First: Learn fast – perform faster …speed becomes important in professional world…this is one flip side to this…slower you learn…faster you will loose the race…faster you give the result…..faster the organizational goals can be achieved
    Second: Learn thoroughly with all ins and out deeply that it becomes integrate part of your behavior system…..you are likely to perform consistent and reliable at all times.
    Third: Learn continuously and perform competitive…..the moment you stop learning, you would loose your competitive edge…this is fundamental issue with performance controlled by learning….. You got to keep learning
    And what is the last rule?
    Any idea?
    Okay I will give you the hint
    Fourth: Learn and do practice….more practice…more it get ingresses in to your personality and more solid knowledge and skills you would acquire.
    WRITE ON BOARD
  • Transcript

    • 1. Learning to Perform 4 Rules of Learning Raman K. Attri R. Attri Professional Effectiveness Series, Paper No. 5, April 2011
    • 2. Rules of Learning To Performance R. Attri Professional Effectiveness Series, Paper No. 5, April 2011 Copyright © Raman K. Attri
    • 3. Rules of Learning Rule-1: Learn Fast - Perform “Faster” R. Attri Professional Effectiveness Series, Paper No. 5, April 2011 Copyright © Raman K. Attri
    • 4. Rule-2: Learn Thoroughly -Perform “Consistent” R. Attri Professional Effectiveness Series, Paper No. 5, April 2011 Copyright © Raman K. Attri
    • 5. Rule-3: Learn Continuously -Perform “Competitive” R. Attri Professional Effectiveness Series, Paper No. 5, April 2011 Copyright © Raman K. Attri
    • 6. Rule-4: Learn and Practice Perform “Better” R. Attri Professional Effectiveness Series, Paper No. 5, April 2011 Copyright © Raman K. Attri
    • 7. About the author Author is Global Learning and Training Consultant specializing in the area of performance technology. He has worked extensively in proficiency based training, advanced instructional design, learning design, systems engineering techniques and management models. He has professional, research and management experience for over 17 years. He holds MBA in Operations Management, Executive MBA, Master degree in Technology and Bachelor degree in Technology with specialization in Electronics and Communication Engineering. He has earned numerous international certification awards - Certified Management Consultant (MSI USA/ MRA USA), Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (ER USA), Certified Quality Director (ACI USA), Certified Engineering Manager (SME USA), Certified Project Director (IAPPM USA), to name a few. In addition to this, he has 60+ educational qualifications, credentials and certifications in his name. Raman K. Attri Global Learning Consultant and Performance Based Training Specialist E-mail: rkattri@rediffmail.com Website: http://sites.google.com/site/ramankumarattri LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/rkattri/ Other Publications: http://www.,slideshare.net/rkattri/ R. Attri Professional Effectiveness Series, Paper No. 5, April 2011 Copyright © Raman K. Attri

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