From Comfort Zone to Performance Management: Understanding Development and Performance

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White & MacLean Publishing, 1 déc. 2009 - 20 pages
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In this paper Alasdair White seeks to take the established behavioural models relating to comfort zones, group and individual development, and managing change, and use them to create a methodology for understanding and managing performance.

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Alasdair White is a consultant and university lecturer specializing in performance management, managing people and leadership. He is based near Brussels in Belgium and has an international practice with clients throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Far East. He is on the Faculty of the United Business Institutes in Brussels and of the European Management Development Institute. He is a visiting faculty lecturer at Lotus University in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and is a guest lecturer at the University of Winchester in the United Kingdom.Alasdair White is the author of Managing for Performance (1995), Continuous Quality Improvement (1996) and The Essential Guide to Developing Your Staff (1998) all published by Piatkus Books in London.Educated at King Alfred's College (now the University of Winchester), Winchester, England, where he studied education and physical science, Alasdair White spent time teaching in Spain before becoming a business journalist and newspaper editor in the UK. He became a management consultant in 1984 and moved to The Netherlands in 1987 and then to Belgium in 1993. He is a Fellow of the International Napoleonic Society.Details of some of Alasdair White?s recent work can be found on his consultancy website at www.pm-solutions.com

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