By Paul G. Schempp
Each elite performer--from Tiger Woods to Richard Branson--begins their trip to mastery first and foremost: constructing a suite of planned perform actions which are tightly coordinated and concentrated sequentially on bettering particular features of functionality, one step at a time. Drawing from the newest, step forward study of the features that outline specialist or elite performers, five Steps to specialist presents a close roadmap for somebody who aspires to strengthen from their current point of competence to a better point of functionality and the leaders, managers, and HR coaches charged with enhancing person competence and organizational competitiveness.
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Perhaps reflecting on their limited practical experience, beginners find real-world practice to be their most important source of information for increasing expertise. For them, verbal or written information takes second place to trial and error in acquiring knowledge and skills. The greater the diversity of experiences in your field—as expanded by different people, situations, and purposes—the greater is the benefit offered by those experiences. Different experiences give you opportunities to apply your knowledge and skills in new and untested ways.
However, As beginners, we cannot stay stuck in a rigid approach forever if we want to advance to the next step. Strictly following traditional procedures helps beginners fit in a new organization, but if they do not explore alternatives, they will remain relatively low-level performers. Making Decisions Guided by Rules and Norms When you are a beginner, your decisions usually are tied to the rules and norms of an organization. Rules offer guides to decisions and actions, and norms are the stuff of corporate cultures and traditions.
The principles of expertise need to be purposefully practiced and applied. To achieve anything takes more than just knowing how to do something—it takes action. You decide if, when, or where the journey ends. The further you progress, the more productive you become, the better you perform, and the deeper your passion grows for what you do. The time to move forward is now. You can start by completing expertise exercises 2–4. 22 THE THREE KEYS TO EXPERTISE Summary The three keys to expertise are • Experience • Knowledge • Skills 23 5 STEPS TO EXPERT E X P E RT I S E E X E R C I S E 2 EXPERTISE KEY 1: YOUR EXPERIENCE Think about your professional experiences and describe a situation that provided one of your greatest learning experiences.
5 Steps to Expert: How to Go from Business Novice to Elite Performer by Paul G. Schempp