“Capability at Work - How to find out the real cause of poor performance!”
Many organisations struggle with poor performance. Despite investing in various training, learning and development initiatives they seem unable to solve the performance puzzle. They cannot get to the real underlying cause of the lack of performance, and so it continues.
Think about it this way – wherever there is poor performance, it is simply because someone is not capable of doing what needs to be done. Something is stopping them doing the job in front of them, and you need to identify that barrier so you can fix it.
This seven-page Best Practice Guide shows you how by giving you a model of capability, and a way to use that model to drill down into the true causes that contribute to an employee being unable to adequately respond to the task they are asked to do.
By the way, I’m Paul Matthews and for over 20 years, I have worked with organisations to make their learning more effective. I’ve put together this Best Practice Guide to provide an insight into the slippery concept of Capability. Many people think they know what it is, but do they really? I often find that they don’t, and this common misunderstanding leads to the trouble people have identifying the real root causes of low performance.
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This Guide can show you how Capability is structured, and how to drill down into the various components to decide what needs to be done to change incapability into capability, and thereby improve performance.
If you have any questions about the simple but powerful ideas in the Guide, please do give me a call on my direct line number 01908 200 707 or email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
My very best wishes,
Founder and MD
People Alchemy Ltd
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