In every environment, be it in education or a workplace, it is important that you understand what behaviours, standards and skills are necessary to be effective. Asking these questions can be difficult because we often worry that we should already know the answers to these questions. It is beneficial to develop the confidence to ask these types of questions. When you understand your role within your environment, you are more motivated and less stressed, which inevitably leads to a better more efficient performance.

Learning outcomes

In this mindset masterclass, you will learn to:

  • what role clarity means in your context

  • strategies to develop role clarity

  • the importance of role commitment

  • techniques to take ownership within your role

  • how role recognition develops excellence

It’s important that everybody knows what everybody’s there for. Role clarity: I’m clear I know what I need to do and what I can expect of my educator or my workplace colleagues. Role commitment: I’m happy to commit to that and happy to do the things that will make that happen. Role recognition: so that when I do that, I’m confident that I’ll be recognised and praised for it, and if I don’t do that I know someone will spot it.

Prof. Dave Collins: Grey Matters Performance

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