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Video: Decoding the failures of performance development

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A man in a white shirt pulls on a rope tangled with knots representing why most performance development efforts fail.

Feeling frustrated with your performance development methods? You’re not alone.

When asked, many people will agree that their performance development simply doesn’t work. But why?

We take a look at the challenges presented by modern performance development methods, and the psychology behind why these methods fail.

Get an understanding of the ‘proximal-distal effect’, the problems caused by complexity, why concrete vs abstract matters, and the SCARF model of wellbeing.

Decoding the failures of performance development

Watch the video to understand the reasons why most performance development processes fail to produce results, and the psychological reasons behind these challenges.

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