The employee who truly believes in execution will always have a low-voice signature. He/she is likely to talk less and do more. He/she is quick to arrive at a decision and the execution of it starts immediately. They are also quick to adapt to a change in the situation as well and do it effectively too.
People who execute well rarely believe in hyping the performance. They maintain a low voice and a consistent signature always. They are not affected by the big program launch and nor do they get bogged down by the complexities and the boredom of maintaining mundane daily processes. They believe in execution and do just that. Big launch and various promotional initiatives are just that; they support in the execution of the program but are not execution in their own sense. Low-voice achievement, in the end, boils down to the focus of the employee responsible for the execution. Employees who believe and focus on talking about it, do just that - talking. Employees who believe and focus on executing it, do just that - execution. This is the mantra of consistent performance which slowly but steadily moves towards performance excellence. Low-voice achievement also promotes high learning & development.