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Tempta'on and Lesson My Ac'ons to Address Tempta'on: Wearing the Label Prac'ce: Learn to Shine While Building Rela'onships • Assess where I have tendency to building rela'onships more: up, down or sideways (with peers). Consider eﬀorts to strengthen your weakest rela'onship links. Am I expanding my sponsorship network or over-‐relying on one supporter? • Be sensi've to how I am coming across to others. Can I balance my drive to achieve with being an authen'c, collabora've teammate? Tempta'on: Missed Timing Prac'ce: Capture the Meaning from Each Assignment • Am I clear on the intent of my current work assignment? Exposure, Competence or Judgment job? Is my expecta'ons of 'ming aligned? • How can I make more of a contribu'on in the current role and accelerate achievement of the assignment purpose? • If I’m feeling stuck, what can I do to create more developmental value for me? Is there a sponsor or trusted advisor I can reach out for help to get unstuck? Tempta'on: Yes to Everything Prac'ce: Strengthen Resiliency Habits and Cul'vate Execu've Savvy • How can I make the most of the enrichment ac'vi'es I am given to acquire the accelerators (perspec've, strategy, inﬂuence, self-‐insight, sponsorship)? • How can I add to my resiliency habits (physical, social, mental, spiritual) to address stretch and stress? • If I am in ‘overload’, is there a sponsor or trusted advisor I should reach out for guidance? Tempta'on: Skipping IT Prac'ce: Prac'ce Coach-‐ability with a Growth Mindset • How can I increase the amount of feedback and respond in a way that shows ‘coach-‐ability’ with a growth mindset? • Am I ignoring any feedback I’ve been given lately? How should I re-‐think this input to help my development vs. being defensive or dismissive? Tempta'on: Jump without Looking Ahead Prac'ce: Objec'vely Manage Jumping Your Opportunity Curve • Have I established a ‘trusted advisor’ rela'onship to help objec'vely review job opportuni'es? • When considering a jump, deeply explore: Am I challenged? Am I mo'vated? Am I feeling rewarded and supported? Am I feeling connected with the organiza'on and people? © 2014 Kevin D. Wilde All Rights Reserved Do Not Distribute in Any Form Without Permission Tempta'ons of a High Poten'al Worksheet for the Individual
Tempta'ons of a High Poten'al Worksheet For the Organiza'on Keep the coﬀee chat going at: www.kevinwildeonline.com firstname.lastname@example.org High Poten'al Tempta'on Organiza'on Ques'ons Build Opportunity: -‐ Wearing the Label 1. How clear and accurate in characteris'cs? 2. Degree of appropriate transparency? 3. Coaching on Teamwork? -‐ Missed Assignment 4. How clear and disciplined in assignment management? 5. Degree of assembling the best mix: prime experiences, cri'cal competencies, engagement? 6. What prac'ces to balance development and contribu'on in 'ming and sharing high poten'al talent? -‐ Yes to All 7. Degree orchestra'ng the whole development deal beyond any tac'c? 8. Teaching resiliency, networking and execu've produc'vity? -‐ Skipping IT 9. Degree we provide feedback early to develop “coach-‐ability” and growth mindset? 10. How skilled and commied to provide ‘tough love’ with trust? -‐ Jump without Looking Ahead 11. How many ‘s'cky’ reten'on prac'ces do we apply to high poten'als? 12. Do we have regular check-‐ins with trusted advisors? © 2014 Kevin D. Wilde All Rights Reserved Do Not Distribute in Any Form Without Permission
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