An evaluation score of a “B-Player” means this team member provides your organization with value and shows room for growth.
This team member consistently delivers and has good behavioral competencies but could be better and do more.
With the right development opportunities, they could be an A-player
When properly motivated your B-Players can give your organization a competitive edge over the competition.
You want continued growth and development.
They want more of what motivates them.
Create a development plan that connects that individuals motivational preferences with the Performance, Attitude, and Maintenance targets you set for them.
Include action steps for the team member in the comments section on the team member’s individual dashboard in Truvelop.
Quality questions trigger quality conversations that lead to growth and enhanced productivity.
Your B-Players are solid members of your team. Build on that.
When properly motivated B-players can help improve your edge over the competition. They key is three-fold:
Excellent firms don't believe in excellence - only in constant improvement and constant change.
Headlines, in a way, are what mislead you because bad news is a headline, and gradual improvement is not.
You know what 'FAILING' stands for? It stands for 'Finding an Important Lesson, Inviting Needed Growth.'
We are always looking for success stories to share. Tell us an approach or technique that you have used to help one of your team members grow and succeed and we'll share it here.
Send us an email with your success story. Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing--and sharing--your success story.