Remember playing I Spy when you were a kid? Before the tablet age, this was a classic parenting tactic to keep children entertained during a long car ride or a grown-up meal in public.
Tag: attention to detail
Attention to detail. We all know it’s important for some jobs, especially if you’re sending launching a satellite. Did you know there are different levels of attention to detail?
Chris Denny is the Attention To Detail Expert. He's a researcher, trainer, and author of Improve Attention To Detail: A straightforward system to develop attention to detail in yourself, employees, and across an organization. In this episode, we discuss: The different components/breakdown of details and processes; how to address the gaps in detail failure for yourself and/or your team; how the lack of detail attention=a loss of ROI; how lack of details is a morale killer in organizations; a great hack for telling if someone is high in executing perfectly on details before you hire them.
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