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This is a great visual of the compensation landscape. Useful as a reference when speaking to business leaders about your company’s total rewards package. Often people don’t realize the fully breadth of total package until they see it visually.
SMART Objectives Infographic
SMART Objectives Reference Card
If you’re working on developing goals and objectives to support your performance management, this is a great reference card. The SMART mnemonic is only 1/2 of the model, and most stop with explaining it. However, equally important, is being able to coach people HOW to write complete objectives. That’s where the Condition, Task, and Standard components come in. A great process to walk people through.
DiSC Reference Card
We use DiSC in many of our leadership and team development engagements. It’s a great tool for several reasons. One, it’s easy to learn, easy to remember, and therefore easy to apply. Application is a big deal! You may have experience with other models that you like (we do too.) Most other models are difficult to apply in the day-to-day workplace. In our opinion, if employees aren’t applying the model to improve team communications and collaboration, then you’re wasting precious time and money. Two, DiSC has been around for a long time. It is one of the most tested and validated models around the world, and training materials are available in over 20 languages. Specific assessments are tailored to identify the DiSC styles for Leaders, Sales People, Managing Conflict, Emotional Intelligence, a 360-degree evaluation, and much more!
This is a quick reference tool that will help you have effective interactions with others. This quick reference card is intended to be used and distributed as part of a development program led by certified facilitators.
Learning Journey Maps
Leadership Competencies and Principles
Communications and Managing Performance
Building High Performing Teams
Driving Team Commitment
Delivering and Measuring Results
Leadership Decision Making