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Peak Potential Program

Peak Potential Program


Enterprise Excellence through Behavior Modification! Peak Potential Program strives to achieve most practical enterprise goals through behavior modification for efficient work practices. In this we begin by assessing the team on various aspects that are likely to contribute to the performance and plan intervention based on the requirement for the goal set by the organization.


Following are the steps –

Organizational goal setting: We look at where organization wants to get with the help of this program. Create desired competency profile for the team to get there.

Evaluation of competencies: Run tests/ assessment center and create employee profile. This will include skill, ability, competency and emotional profile.

Gap analysis: With the complete map of the destination and the current position, we measure the effort which may go into this up-gradation. Educate the management about what we need to do and how we will do that.

Designing of a solution: Finally, we chart our approach with the most effective means. Get consent from the management and finalize the schedule.


Setting Objectives and Targets Performance: Anatomy of an Event
Where are you now and where do you want to be, by when? Initiating Action
Plan and actions required to achieve these objectives Flawed Controls: Defence Measures
Improve organisational, team and individual performance with quantifiable targets Error Precursors: Task vs Capability
Monitoring, measuring and feeding-back results Latent weaknesses: Self & Systems
Goal Setting Work Behaviour & Performance – 1: NLP
Setting Individual and Enterprise goals. What is Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Aligning individual goal to the goal of the enterprise How does NLP work?
Breaking down larger goal into smaller goal posts and time allocation NLP for self-management and self-development
Action required for achieving each goal post Application of NLP to enhance performance of organisation, teams and individuals
Understanding Motivation Emotional Intelligence and Body Language
Factors which motivate you and others Key principles, qualities and skills of Emotional Intelligence
Achieving organisational goals with a motivated workforce Application of EI to develop teams, individuals and respond to situations
Increasing motivation to improve individual performance Sending the right messages through your non-verbal communication
Management skills required to motivate individuals and teams Interpreting the signals and gestures of body language of others


Influencing Skills
Analysis of factors which influence people
How to influence people without power and authority over them
Chairing and participating in meetings which produce results
Finding common ground and reaching agreement
Characteristics and skills of assertiveness
Handling difficult people with confidence
Giving feedback and receiving criticism constructively
Responding appropriately to aggressive, assertive and passive people
Vision, roles and responsibilities of an inspirational leader
Qualities, skills and commitment required
Adapting leadership styles to different situations
Overcoming the challenges of leadership

Work Behaviour & Performance 2: CBT
Cognitive Model
Features of CBT
The spiral of behaviours: Downward Arrow
Modifying Beliefs
Current Events