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Peak Performers: Trying to Find a Needle in a Haystack

Peak performers are like an exquisite bottle of fine wine or a rare diamond; they are hard to find and must be carefully nurtured.  If they are treated harshly, they soon lose their luster.  Let's take a look at what defines a peak former, how to find them, and how to give them the freedom they need to excel.  Are you a peak performer?  What holds you back?  How do demonstrate your peak performance capabilities to drive your career? What are your experiences with peak performers?  Are they more risk than the value they produce?  What is their impact on the corporate culture?  Hope you enjoy the video. Would love your feedback.

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