Raise Your Game: Stretch Goals Vs Stretch Experiences

By Joseph Tan|03-09-2017 | 1 Min Read

How often have you heard in management meetings – “Our numbers are looking dismal, each one of you need to take on a new set of stretched goals to push our company performance to the next level!”

If stretching the goals is all it takes to push for greater profits and productivity, then performance management should be the most straightforward of all organisational development practices.

Yet, performance management is more than just a numbers game. In fact, the more we focus on numbers, the more numb we become – unless we fortify our approach with not just stretched figures but also with challenging experiences.

Leaderonomics faculty trainer Joseph Tan shares the experiences we can create to build sustainable high performance.

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Read this corresponding article: Engaging Employees And Setting The Right Stretch Goals

If you would like engage with us to facilitate more engaging conversations in your organisation, email us at info@leaderonomics.com. To know more about what Leaderonomics does as a social enterprise, check out www.leaderonomics.org. For our other Raise Your Game podcasts, click here.

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Joseph is a Leaderonomics faculty trainer who is passionate about engaging with leaders to transform culture in organisations. Previously, he was CEO of Leaderonomics Good Monday. He is currently based in the United States
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