Developing Exemplary Performance One Person at a Time
Michael Sabbag presents a holistic Exemplary Performance Model built around his Seven Factors that Drive Performance: talent and fit, environment, tools and resources, systems and processes, clear expectations and accountability, skills and knowledge, and motivation. He lays out a practical process to identify and target performance that will yield significant ROI for employees and align with corporate goals.
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