9>781933578316Paths to Improvement Navigating Your Way to SuccessPaths to ImprovementNavigating Your Way to SuccessRobert W. Eichinger, Michael M. Lombardo, Alex J. Stiber, J. Evelyn OrrFor additional information and related publications, please contact Korn/Ferry Leadership and Talent Consulting at business_of? firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us on the Web at www.kornferry.com or www.lominger.com. COPYRIGHT © ????????? LOMINGER INTERNATIONAL: A KORN/FERRY COMPANY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Item number ?????Paths to ImprovementNavigating Your Way to SuccessCreating a “? x-it” development plan is not always the most effective route to improvement. For most people, development has meant discovering and ? xing weaknesses. While this approach can work, focusing exclusively on ? xing weaknesses can be challenging and discouraging.
So, if converting your weaknesses to strengths is not the panacea, what other paths are available to help you improve?Paths to Improvement: Navigating Your Way to Success is designed for individuals who are seeking alternative routes to improve their performance and potential. It is also for coaches, mentors, bosses, and HR professionals—anyone helping others improve their effectiveness. Given the dynamic nature of what’s required for success, research and experience suggest there are many strategies for achieving your desired outcome. Depending on your skill level, the need, and the situation, the ?? paths to improvement in this book are all approaches to getting better results at work.Choose a path that will get you to your destination.Quick Start – To jump-start the process, turn to “Quick Start” to ? nd the plan that will help you address your need. ?? Paths to Improvement Plans – What the plan is, when to use it, how to use it, and an example of what the plan looks like.Individual Improvement: A Scienti? c Examination – A review of research that takes a look at the barriers and enablers of individual change and improvement.How to Select Plans – A decision tree takes you through a series of questions that help you determine which plan will be most helpful and effective.Coaching Notes – Ideas and wisdom gathered from coaches and managers who have used the ?? paths to improvement to help individuals improve. Whether you are using this book for your own or someone else’s bene? t, knowing the possible paths to improvement equips you with an interactive map offering multiple routes to get you to your destination—success.82123_Cov_F1.indd