Steps to Take Before a Value Meeting

Steps to Take Before a Value Meeting

When you’re ready to have a value meeting with your boss, you can follow certain steps to ensure that you have a productive conversation. Most organizations across the globe are not having this type of discussion, so it really helps to have a plan in place and all your ducks in a row.

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Hosting a Value Conversation with Your Boss

Hosting a Value Conversation with Your Boss

As stated previously, there is no greater activity to begin the process of raising the value you create for your organization than a conversation with your boss. By approaching your boss and requesting a conversation regarding value creation, you are already raising your value in your organization. Yet, at the same time, this is not a conversation being held in organizations across the globe.

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Here's How to Raise Your Value in Your Organization

Here’s How to Raise Your Value in Your Organization

With so many options and possibilities already existing in your organization, you can start to raise your value immediately. Before you jump out of your chair and begin the shift from good performer to valuable employee, however, you need to do the following two things:

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Business Value and External Marketplace Drivers

Business Value and External Marketplace Drivers

The competitive global marketplace shows little mercy for organizations that are slow to raise the bar for their customers and their employees. Business value tied to external marketplace drivers tend to be strategically focused and is created by:

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The Worst Feedback You Can Get

Why “You’re Doing a Great Job. Keep it Up!” May Be the Worst Feedback You Can Get

In my recent work with business leaders, three of them shared feedback with me that they had received from their boss as part of their annual performance appraisal process. Instead of a 30-60 minute assessment of their prior year’s performance, each of them instead heard something like “You’re doing a great job. Keep it up!” or “I loved your self-assessment. I totally agree.” And these weren’t 30-60 minute conversations. It was 5 minutes.

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