Human Performance Improvement Process
STRATEGIC BUSINESS RESULTS = COMPANY ASSETS x HUMAN PERFORMANCE
It’s clear from this formula that the quickest way to achieve strategic business results is through improved human performance.
WHY IS THE SENSEI HUMAN PERFORMANCE INDEX™ SO IMPORTANT?
Leaders cannot really know to what extent people are contributing positively or negatively to achieving the strategic business results their organizations deliver... This lack of real knowledge has inspired us to break new ground and develop our Human Performance Index™.
HOW DO YOU MEASURE HUMAN PERFORMANCE IN YOUR ORGANISATION?
The Sensei Human Performance Index™ is a generation removed from anodyne engagement surveys. It is a combination of surveys, focus groups, intensive interviews and observation of key individuals and teams behaving in live business situations.
HOW SENSEI DELIVERED OUTSTANDING RESULTS THROUGH HUMAN PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT
Gary Booth, Director of People Services in The Co-operative UK shares his experience of working with Sensei and how they have helped his function to deliver results beyond expectation
10 FUTURE-PROOF AND SUSTAINABLE BENEFITS OF THE HUMAN PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT PROCESS
From enabling key teams and networks throughout the organization to deliver optimum results to creating a performance culture...
GETTING A GREAT R.O.E. – RETURN ON ENERGY – IN YOUR ORGANISATION
One of the scarcest resources in today’s organizations is not money; it is leaders’ time, energy and attention. Where leaders choose to focus their discretionary time and energy also determines where and on what their organization will focus.
SENSEI LEADS THE WAY IN MEASURING HUMAN PERFORMANCE IMPACT IN ORGANIZATIONS
Sensei’s Sensei Human Performance Index™ (HPI) was introduced to a distinguished audience at the Bridgewater Hall. Learn more abuot the event and what the audience said.
CASE STUDY: MAKING PEOPLE BELIEVE IN THEMSELVES
At Sensei we define human performance as the leadership actions, interactions, behaviors and collaboration that convert organizational potential into capability, and capability into performance. Gary Gary Booth, Director of People Services in The Co-operative UK shared his experience from a client’s perspective