Where performance is measured, performance improves.Where performance is measured and reported, the rate of improvement accelerates.” — Thomas S. Monson
What does success looks like for you, behaviorally? What is your actual job? What do you need to do?
How do you determine if you’re failing or succeeding?
There should be clear metrics to measure yourself against. However, simply knowing what you should be doing isn’t enough. Clear accountability needs to be put in place. That accountability, if possible, should be to an actual person, not just a spreadsheet. When you are required to report your progress — especially to someone you respect — your performance will improve.