Patterns of High Performance: Discovering the Ways People Work Best

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Berret-Koehler Publishers, 1993 - Business & Economics - 252 pages
Energized performance, heightened creativity, and consistent excellence come from discovering and applying our individual High Performance Pattern (HPP) -- the distinctive sequence of steps we naturally follow when we are at our best: when we feel enthusiastic; when the work flows easily; and when the results exceed our expectations. Through 16 case studies, Fletcher shows how individuals can discover and apply their HPP to sustain outstanding results in a variety of complex, real-life situations. These Patterns can help you to: revitalize a task; find new ways of working with colleagues in a difficult situation; get a critical project back on track; and decide on the best job for you -- and get it.

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