High Performance Survey
I’m curious to know how people define high performance, and would appreciate it if you shared your definition in the survey below.
My primary plan for this is to create a word cloud from the responses, so please limit your responses to single word (or common 2 or 3 word expressions if you must).
Also, please try to limit the number of answers you have. I would rather have someone’s three most important words, than just generate a list of everything they can think of related to the topic. This isn't just about descriptors, it is about the essence of HP.
I would like to note that I am making a clear distinction between high performing, and High Performance. For the purposes of this survey High Performance has very specific outcome goals: to win a medal at World Championships or Olympic Games. That is not to say the behaviours for High Performance cannot be used in any other areas, but this is the goal for this survey.
Please enter your name. I will not distribute it, I just take it more seriously when people put their name to something (sorry twitter bots).
Please enter the perspective at which you have operated, or do operate. Basically, your experience/expertise. This is to have an understanding your perspective, and it might be interesting to break down the cloud to different levels.
If you really don't want to enter your name, make something else up. Alan Turing perhaps.
Just an approximate age. Please don't lie too much. I'm curious if age makes a difference in people's opinion.
You don't have to, but if you do I'll send you the results when I'm done.
Country you work/ed in
Olympic Country Code only please. Because, yes, I'm that pedantic.
Coached in High Performance environment
Worked in High Performance environment (Administration/Management)
Competed in High Performance environment (Athlete)
Striving to coach in High Performance environment
Striving to work in High Performance environment
Only if you think it is important
Really, try to keep it concise, I'm begging you
Ok - this is the last one - maybe look at changing something above if you feel like you absolutely have to add something else
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