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Key Point Summary

Key Point Summary

CCL research and practice shows that managers who commit to pursuing goals immediately following a feedback experience are much more likely to capitalize on their strengths and set a productive path for growth. There are three strategies that you, as a manager, should fully use in your effort to learn, grow, and change.

One, seek challenging assignments. When you set a development-goal, it makes sense to seek out challenging assignments that will force you to work toward your goal. This is a potent development strategy because it allows you to practice the skills and behaviors you are trying to improve. You learn by doing, seeing what works and what doesn’t, and trying it again. This strategy also motivates you to improve. If you don’t improve the skills and behaviors you’ve targeted, you’ll likely not do well in the assignment. It will be obvious to you and others that you aren’t reaching your development goals.


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