Helping people leap to new learning curves

As with other investments, the time comes to rebalance the portfolio by helping a top-end employee disrupt to a new learning curve.

Most disruptions require management facilitation. High-end performers may desire a new curve but can’t get there on their own. This is where you can come to their AID: applaud their achievements, identify a new learning curve, deliver on helping them jump.

Facilitating your employee’s jump to a new curve requires battling entitlement—in yourself, as well as your employee.

New S curves for people stimulate innovation for companies. Think creatively about how to slingshot your people in new directions.

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