We have been studying the principles of self-management for decades and have it down to a science, literally.
Here’s the deal: most people know what they can do, but only self-managed people actually do it. Self-management is the critical differentiator between those who are top performers in their professions and those who are conventional employees.
People with self-management in their DNA will always do the heavy lifting to make a change, push the needle and drive growth.
Self-management is power.
Speaking of DNA, the principles of self-management are woven into the fabric of our organization: in our values, throughout decades of research, and in our brand name. We have been studying the principles of self-management for decades and have it down to a science, literally.
We call individuals who are responsible for performance, through day-to-day effort and hard work, “Golden Eagles”. We often ask our clients, “What would your organization look like if every employee took responsibility for their performance and were accountable for their results?” Or, in other words, what would your organization look like if your talent were Golden Eagles?
We have studied, analyzed and decoded the principles of self-management from every angle because we know how essential Golden Eagles are to performance, sales and success. We are empowered to help organizations select, develop and retain this specific brand of top performers, Golden Eagles.
We made it our business to know exactly how the principles of self-management predict performance, and how people who are self-managed can consistently maximize their performance. We’ve even decoded how people who live by the principles of self-management can hinder their performance, so we can warn them against destruction.
Now, we have compiled all of our data, research and insights into a signature workshop, a masterclass on self-management and performance. Principles of Self-Management will guide participants down a path of discovery where they will explore the essential elements of their talent, habits and opportunities that help and hinder their ability to consistently maximize performance.
Participants will walk away with an implementation-ready action plan to continue doing what they do well and achieve growth with the goal of maximizing their performance on a daily basis.
Your Overall Learning Outcomes
- You will explore and identify your inherent talent and strengths in order to increase your self-awareness, self-confidence and develop new skills.
- You will learn how to describe the relationship between attitudes and behaviours and apply this knowledge to building better habits that will improve performance.
- You will dig deep and evaluate new opportunities based on your career and work environment and build an action plan to enhance your performance through positive changes in your external environment.
Let’s break it down:
MODULE 1a: Introduction to Self-Management and Performance
Introducing the underlying principles of Self-Management and the two key actions of strong self-managers: responsibility and accountability. We will explore your responsibility for your performance and accountability for your results, and identifythe three key components of performance: talent, habits and opportunity.
- Describe the key actions of strong self-managers and their relevance to personal and professional success.
- Explore the connection between responsibility and accountability and individual performance.
- Evaluate yourself in relation to the key components of performance.
MODULE 1b: Talent
Defining and classifying the elements of inherent talent and trainable skills. Applying this understanding to explore how to leverage strengths and develop skills through conscious competence, self-confidence and action-planning.
- Given the results of their personality assessment, explain your inherent character traits, communication style and attitudes.
- Describe the essential elements of skill development, through the exploration of the conscious competence and self-confidence models.
- Build a skill development action plan to leverage your inherent strengths and build competence and confidence.
MODULE 2: Habits
Defining and classifying the elements that build success habits: attitudes (habits of thought) and effort (habits of behaviour). Applying this understanding to explore how to build better habits that will lead to positive changes in attitudes, behaviours and ultimately performance.
- Describe the key concepts underlying habit and how to leverage them to create positive change.
- Compare and contrast attitudes and behaviours and their potential impacts on performance.
- Create a habit building action plan, drawing on the key concepts of habit and your own attitudes and behaviours in order to improve performance.
MODULE 3: Opportunity
Utilizing the principles of self-confidence and career management to evaluate your opportunities based on career and work environment. Applying this understanding to building an action plan to proactively enhance performance through positive changes in your external environment.
- Apply understanding from the first three modules to your overall career management and opportunities.
- Identify the areas within your career and work environment that can be controlled and explore ways in which they can be changed to better fit your career needs.
- Create an action plan to drive positive changes in one external environment in order to enhance the effects of your talent and habits and ultimately improve performance.
This is the bottom-line: Self-managers are responsible for their performance, and daily efforts, and accountable for results. Around here, we like to call them “Golden Eagles”, our company mascot and the powerhouse behind our logo.
Self-management is the #1 competency of top-performers, and Principles of Self Management is the #1 workshop for top-performers who want to maximize their performance.
Everyone knows what to do to be successful, but self-managers will actually do it. Will you? Put the pedal to the metal and ENROLL in Principles of Self-Management now.