How do you grow your results-driven skills? - Part 2
Summary: Taking ownership of improving key organisational results will shift your position in the organisation. You'll go from being seen as a marginal player to an active player and owner of key organizational metrics.
Written by Alistair Gordon And Dominic Johnson 09 Sep 2021

Taking ownership of improving key organisational results will shift your position in the organisation. You’ll go from being seen as a marginal player to an active player and owner of key organizational metrics.

Questions you can ask yourself:

  • Which organizational KPIs do I have the ability to influence?

  • How aligned are my contributions with creating a positive impact? How could I improve this alignment?

  • How does the organisation currently track and report any uplifts in those metrics that I can reasonably attribute to my inputs? Do I have visibility of these measures? Do I measure and report my own performance against them? If not, why not?

  • Do I need to develop internal, forward-looking metrics to measure my contribution to key organization goals?

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