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1 5 Steps to Drive What Matters Most | v2 At InsideOut Development, we've worked with hundreds of organizations that desire to ensure a lasting, positive impact from their investments in people and performance. In our review of the most successful, we've discovered that a simple, scalable five-step process is at the heart of their success: Those Five Steps Are: 1. Clarify Wins—Understand key objectives and gain clarity on the specific targets that support those objectives 2. Engage Leaders—Build alignment with key leaders and foster support and engagement for their role in the initiative 3. Set Up For Success—Develop a clear set of actions, and prepare to introduce and implement the initiative in a way that fits their situation and culture 4. Deploy Actionable Learning and Tools—Ensure pre, during, and post deployment of performance solutions and tools 5. Make It Stick—Reinforce, measure, and track to ensure a lasting, positive impact Our clients use this five-step process, called the Results Framework, in several ways. Primarily, it is a decision and action guide that can frame any learning and performance initiative as a results initiative. Our clients apply it when introducing one of our performance solutions, like InsideOut Coaching ™ . However, the Results Framework has even wider application. It's tremendously effective as a tool for managing organizational change and for establishing your credibility as a strategic partner. Each of the five steps in the Results Framework is critical. However, because the world isn't perfect you can start where you are. Let's review each step in the Results Framework—with InsideOut client examples and tips—to illustrate what's possible. Results Framework A five-step decision and action guide that frames any initiative as a results initative. The Power of A Simple Process by Nancy Q. Smith 5 Steps to Drive What Matters Most

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