Enabling people to Perform Well

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Performing Well adopts a holistic approach to understanding the developmental needs of individuals, teams, and organisations, seeking to both enhance performance and support wellbeing.

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PERFORMING WELL

Performing Well



Investing in people by choosing to accept, connect and reflect across environments, opportunities and characteristics so that we create a psychologically informed performance system.

The developed shared understanding supports psychological safety, promoting resilience and sustaining performance.

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INVESTING IN PEOPLE

Investing in people is the first principle of Performing Well.

Investing in people is to:
Look after ourselves,
Support each other,
and act with integrity
to enhance wellbeing.

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ACCEPT

Choosing to accept is fundamental to Performing Well.

Those who perform best acknowledge their vulnerability, embrace the mess, and work together to be less messy than the rest! So, we accept.

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CONNECT

Choosing to connect is fundamental to Performing Well.

Building relationships to support each other and better understand what we are dealing with allows us to Perform Well. So, we connect.

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REFLECT

Choosing to reflect is fundamental to Performing Well.

Maintaining perspective by stepping back to consider what we are doing, as an individual and within the system, helps us to act more effectively. So, we reflect.

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SHARED UNDERSTANDING

Shared understanding is the key to Performing Well.

Shared understanding is developed using the process of ‘elephant spotting’ to bring meaning and allow a coherent story to be told, prompting coordinated solutions and impactful interventions.

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PIPS

PIPS are the core of Performing Well and vital for growth.

PIPS - Psychologically Informed Performance Systems - are dynamic, continually evolve and develop, need regular reassessment, and enable Performing Well.

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ENVIRONMENTS

Performing Well Environments allow the preparation for high performance.

Environments form the base of the Performing Well triangle and are:

Motivational
Proactive
Developmental
Resourced.

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OPPORTUNITIES

Performing Well Opportunities offer the possibility for high performance.

Opportunities build on the base of the Performing Well triangle and are:

Developmentally appropriate
Historically aware
Sufficient guidance
Allowance for failure
Replicative of performance.

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CHARACTERISTICS

Performing Well Characteristics create the potential for high performance.

Characteristics form the final part of the Performing Well triangle and are:

Drive
Regulation
Openness

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SUSTAINING PERFORMANCE

Sustaining performance is the second principle of Performing Well.

Sustaining performance is to:
Maintain perspective,
Focus on the goal,
and build from strengths
to promote resilience.

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RESILIENCE

Developing resilience is pivotal to Performing Well.

Resilience enables individuals, teams, and organisations to achieve consistent, sustainable, developmentally appropriate high performance.

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Psychological Safety

Psychological safety is instrumental to Performing Well.

Psychological safety allows people to feel secure to take risks, make mistakes, and express vulnerability, meaning they can embrace challenge and perform without fear of consequence or failure, building resilience.

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