At the onset, there was a flurry of excitement, and a feeling of alignment. Leaders rallied the teams and everyone made promises and commitments to each other. People on the change management teams were feeling good about the process, and their progress – and felt they could achieve the expected outcomes. One more key milestone accomplished!! Then, reality set in...
Constant unpredictable pressures, new internal and external crisis, and uncertainty about the ability to deliver expected results … how is your organization handling change?
Our DRIVE Methodology enables leaders to spark the intrinsic motivators that successfully drive employee engagement: mastery, autonomy and purpose. Our Drive Methodology releases an energy for change that emanates from the conversations that result and take place throughout the entire organization.
According to our 30 years of research, we’ve uncovered a powerful distinction that changes the way we transform organizations. Our research and client work suggests that employees do not fear change – they fear loss: loss of status, loss of power, loss of freedom to make decisions, and loss of purpose.
Our DRIVE Methodology provides a powerful and safe process for leaders to engage with employees on Co-creating change – which triggers intrinsic motivators such as mastery, autonomy and purpose, and sustains a powerful partnership that drives change forward in a catalytic and transformational way.
Using our proprietary DRIVE Methodology, we take clients through a 5-phase process of Discovery, Realignment, Innovation Validation and Evolution. Built on 30 years of experience, research and proven results, DRIVE demonstrates that WE-Centric Leaders and Organizations are more successful because they involve and engage the entire organization in Co-creating new strategies for success – building accountability and ownership into their organizational DNA. We call this interaction dynamic Co-creating Conversations®.
“What people believe shapes what people achieve…
If you believe intelligence is something you increase, then every encounter becomes an opportunity for growth…
Flow is when the relationship between what a person has to do and what he can do is perfect.”
— Daniel Pink from his book, Drive