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45th Annual Convention; Chicago, IL; 2019

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Panel #210
CE Offered: BACB — 
Supervision
The Impact of Accomplishment Based Performance Management in a Large and Growing Applied Behavior Analysis Company
Sunday, May 26, 2019
9:00 AM–9:50 AM
Hyatt Regency West, Ballroom Level, Regency Ballroom A
Area: OBM; Domain: Translational
CE Instructor: Brett J. DiNovi, M.A.
Chair: Carl V. Binder (The Performance Thinking Network, LLC)
BRETT J. DINOVI (Brett DiNovi & Associates, LLC)
PIERRE D. LOUIS (Brett DiNovi & Associates)
MAY BEAUBRUN (Brett DiNovi & Associates, LLC)
Abstract:

What is the impact of shifting focus in coaching and performance management from behavior to valuable accomplishments, as encouraged by Thomas F. Gilbert in his seminal book, Human Competence? This panel, chaired by the creator of an accomplishment based coaching and performance improvement methodology called Six Boxes Performance Thinking, reports on initial effects of an accomplishment based approach in a large ABA company, already known for its effective use of ABA with clients, employees, and OBM consultation with outside organizations. Executives from Brett DiNovi and Associates will describe how a focus on accomplishments has “changed the conversation” about performance and enabled them to more directly link the behavior of their people to business results through the valuable accomplishments that they contribute to the organization, while helping to prioritize their own efforts leading and managing organizational performance. Panelists will describe and respond to questions about the impact of a paradigm shift from behavior-based management to accomplishment based performance improvement. In an organization passionate about growing while maintaining quality service and optimal employee engagement, an accomplishment based approach focuses everyone on the valuable contributions needed for business success while connecting people more directly to the natural consequences of their day-to-day activities

Instruction Level: Advanced
Target Audience:

The target audience includes BCBA's, professionals in leadership roles that supervise employees, and professionals responsible for the training of employees.

Learning Objectives: 1. The participants will explain the impact of a paradigm shift from behavior-based management to accomplishment based performance improvement. 2. The participants will define specific accomplishments that lead to successful business results and organizational growth. 3. The participants will describe how an accomplishment based approach focuses everyone on the valuable contributions needed for business success while connecting people more directly to the natural consequences of their day-to-day activities.
Keyword(s): Organizational behavior, Performance management
 

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