The Winning Concept
We often hear about the “winners” and “losers” in an organization.
Winners are employees who consistently maintain a high level of performance and achieve their goals, even under pressure. They are not necessarily the most intelligent employees; they don’t have more experience than others; and they are not the most talented members of the organization. Nevertheless, they do maintain a high level of performance over a long period of time.
Therefore being a winner is having the ability to win consistently over time.
“Winning behavior” is the ability to consistently maximize personal performance and utilize personal potential to the utmost even when under pressure or facing competitive situations, sometimes beyond one’s belief.
Winners are categorized as people who have the ability to conduct effective thinking processes that enable them to maintain a sense of control in high-pressure or competitive situations. We call this thinking pattern Correct Thinking Under Pressure. The behavior that results from this type of thinking is called Winning Behavior.
The Winning Behavior consists of three main components that constitute the Winning Behavior circle. Those three components are a combination of eight complimentary parameters. They are as follows:
Being able to identify and establish an opportunity for success
Realizing and implementing the opportunity for success
Maintaining the momentum and ensuring continuous success