High performing leaders create sustainable high performance cultures through systematic activity – in other words it’s ‘PRACTICE – makes perfect’, so employees learn skills and processes through constant practice, and supportive management. The acronym PRACTICE explains further:-

Process. Employees become experts at their process and are aware of how their actions impact on the performance of the organisation.

Roles. Roles and responsibilities are clearly defined and each person can trust the next person to do their job properly.

Alignment. Everyone is focused on the goal.

Communication. Clear lines of communication between individuals and across departments.

Trust. Everyone takes responsibility and accountability for their role, their actions and the outcomes. Each individual ultimately owns their role within the organisation.

Involvement. Team members contribute to the management and decision-making processes of the organisation – knowing there will be no criticism.

Challenge. The leadership sets challenging goals  – this means setting stretch targets i.e., demanding but attainable.

Engagement. When employees are part of something bigger than themselves they will perform well. They care about the future of the company and are willing to go the extra mile.

AIM Professional Services Ltd is working in close partnership with Wylde Connections delivering sustainability workshops and programmes with a focus on leadership and governance. To find out more visit: Wyldeconnections.co.uk

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