An employee seeking to increase her performance must draw out an improvement plan to address the gaps in the promotive and limiting factors and attain desired goals.
We have now seen some of the most important promotive and limiting factors that affect an individual’s performance.
The employee should identify his weakness or gaps in the promotive or limiting factors through a self assessment or through the organization’s performance measurement system.
Negative attitudes will affect an employee’s performance. An employee seeking career growth must therefore deliberately change her attitudes positively towards herself, her environment, her colleagues, her supervisor and any other attitude object.
An employee seeking career growth must take initiative. This means using one’s free volition to take action to accomplish a task or achieve a goal.