Part 1 in the Performance Ecosystem series explores how performance is affected by a community of interaction, both internal and external, mental and physical.
Part 2 in the Performance Ecosystem series explores how the model can be used to diagnose opportunities and create a prescription for performance improvement.
Once a person has created a habit, formed an attitude or belief, or developed an expectation of how something should be, it doesn’t feel right unless things are just that way.
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The Pacific Institute® has applied cognitive principles, including gestalt, to help companies transform their culture and turn potential into performance.
Many organizations today are going through a transformational process that requires thorough, frequently dramatic change in order to position the organization for sustained success.
As much as I think I have clearly communicated our organizational direction, I still have people heading off in a different direction. What can I do?
Shifting from a behavioral (concentrating only on external behavior) to a cognitive (the thinking behind the behavior) approach will help you improve performance.