The more volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous our working environments become, the more critical a truly agile workforce is to success. Yet, staying agile demands that people develop and use their emotional intelligence (EQ)—a level of sophistication that has never been demanded before. This eBook explores the connection between agility and emotional intelligence, the perceived impact it has on individual and organisational performance, and a proven methodology for development at scale: Everything DiSC® Agile EQ™.
The way we team is more important now than ever before. Based on the responses of over 20,000 employees across a wide array of industries and organizational positions, from individual contributors to C-suite executives, teams suffer from a critical interpersonal skills gap that impedes their potential to achieve. Read the latest report from Wiley to understand the challenges teams are facing today and how The Five Behaviors® can be your solution.
Every single one of us struggles with insecurity. In fact, we do it every single day of our lives, even when we don’t realise it. What we realise even less, however, is just how much this insecurity eats away at our organisational cultures. But if we can help people own their personal quirks and if we can help them extend that same good will to their colleagues, we can cultivate a counteragent: a culture of trust. And luckily, organisations actually can reliably create experiences that bolster this sort of trust. This eBook will explore one time-tested methodology for doing so: personality-based assessments.
Unproductive conflict is a measurable drag on productivity, performance, and the bottom line. Yet conflict—if done right—is integral to success. Today’s struggle leads to tomorrow’s breakthrough. Under the Hood exposes the hidden connection between our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, revealing the secret engine that drives destructive conflict in the workplace. This eBook also points to the solution with a proven methodology that’s grounded in psychology and validated in the field by Authorized Partners of Everything DiSC®. This method empowers all people to put their conscious selves back in the driver’s seat and productively engage in conflict.
In a research effort to understand how organizations use the Prosci ADKAR® Model (ADKAR), Prosci asked questions about using ADKAR as a common language for change. Here, we examine why organizations used ADKAR as a common language for change, how they established this language effectively, and the results they saw from this effort. Download this free research deep dive to discover: why organizations used the ADKAR Model as a common language for change; how organizations established a common language, a case study outlining how a common language impacted a utility company.
Research has shown that frontline managers are key to the success or failure of a change management initiative. Managers are the most likely to be directly impacted or have direct reports who are impacted by the change. Managers are also best positioned to see and address any resistance and can have the largest impact on the employee experience of the change. Download this free research deep dive to discover why and how several organizations have chosen to empower their managers with the Prosci ADKAR® Model as a significant part of the manager’s education and change management toolbox.
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