I am still so energized by the discussion during our session, The Value of “People Science” in Guiding Change Initiatives at the ACMP Midwest Change Connect Conference this week! It seems we really are onto something about leveraging the power of behavioral data to enhance change management models. By having this insight, we can predict how individuals, or as an aggregate, teams of individuals, will respond to change.
Here are some ideas that came out of our session for ways to use people data:
By fully understanding and appreciating the “hardwiring” that influences our behaviors and preferences, and shaping the approach to driving change, we can meet people in a way that resonates with them. The more you’re able to individualize the way you communicate with, teach, and reward your employees to match their preferences, the more effective you’ll be in helping them through the change journey.
The first step is assessing your team. We can help – let us be your guide!