Traits to improve effectiveness

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Traits to improve effectiveness

Traits to improve effectiveness

Traits to improve effectiveness

Are you trying to please people?

Ask them (the persons you are trying to please) questions to find out what they want, instead of guessing, and then listen carefully to what they say.

If you are working with someone else trying to please.

Praise them for who they are rather than what they do.

Do you find yourself alwsys in a hurry?

Plan work in stages & set interim target dates to give satisfaction and avoid rushing to completion.

If you are working with someone who is always in a hurry.

Praise them for taking time, and not for their speed or their ability to do several things at once.

Are you trying to be strong?

Monitor your workload so that you do not take on too much work.

If you are working with someone else who is trying to be strong.

Praise them for consideration because they are often taken for granted.

Are you trying to be perfect?

You will need to set realistic standards of performance and accuracy.

If you are working with someone else trying to be perfect.

Do not discount their worries because it is real to them.

Are you trykng hard?

Be willing to distinguish between the things you can change and those you can not.

Avoid competing with a try hard…

Traits to improve effectiveness

Dayo Fawusi
Dayo Fawusi
I am Dayo Fawusi - a UK certified professional life coach, US certified behavior consultant, writer, entrepreneur and a champion in Lean Six Sigma methodology. I am a gentle, optimistic and refined People manager, who looks for balance and harmony everywhere with a great sense of justice. I have a mission to cooperate, to persuade, to mediate, to conciliate, equalize things around me and work for the peace and harmony of the world. I have a deep interest in human performance development and world cultures. I spend most of my time coaching individuals and consulting on strategy, innovation, projects and human resource development. I have consistently in my previous jobs working with multinational and multifunctional groups, demonstrated strong ability to motivate, challenge and inspire individuals and groups to greater participation and dedication. I am skillful in creating vision, managing change and motivating others to achieve excellence in performance. I have great ability to identify patterns, structures and connections within information and quantifiable data.

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