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High Performance Behaviours - CharlieHR


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August 2018 v1 High Performance Behaviours @ CharlieHR

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High Performance Behaviours - CharlieHR

  1. 1. High Performance Behaviours: setting expectations
  2. 2. Be challenged - This could look like: - Challenging and engaging in team and company discussions - Picking up work that makes you feel uncomfortable - Engaging in conversations where you feel out of your depth - Picking up new challenges, not waiting for them Behaviour 1
  3. 3. Give energy - This could look like: - Bringing energy to meetings - Offering solutions to others’ challenges - Starting discussions from a place of possibility rather than impossibility - Finding moments to support others in the business, personally or with their work Behaviour 2
  4. 4. Drive for output - This could look like: - Always asking others if the quality of your output is what they were expecting - Working until completion, not just to your hours - Looking for ways to be efficient with your time - Pick up more - don’t wait Behaviour 3
  5. 5. Take responsibility - This could look like: - Recognising that if the work isn’t delivered as expected, that is down to you - Owning your fuckups publicly - Pushing yourself, not waiting for others to push you Behaviour 4
  6. 6. Better yourself - This could look like: - Asking for feedback weekly and reviewing it regularly - Acting on that feedback and communicating it with others so they can hold you accountable - Self-reflecting on areas for improvement, “how could I be better” Behaviour 5
  7. 7. Be wrong - This could look like: - Looking to others to help you disprove your hypotheses and assumptions - Flagging if you’re emotionally attached to a decision - Looking outside the business to be challenged on your thinking and for new perspectives Behaviour 6