Agility training helps people and organizations overcome our tendency toward the status quo and move to positive action. But the benefits of agility go beyond just innovation. Agility has implications for almost every job function and department. And agility training provides practical techniques to effectively execute change. Agile organizations shape their futures and markets.
This dynamic, interactive workshop will provide the opportunity for Learning & Development leaders, Facilitators, HR Leaders, Consultants and Education Leaders to to preview Unlocking Personal Agility for free to gain in-depth insights into the course and the value this program provides learners before launching the training within your organization.
The showcase is delivered in just 2.5 hours and highlights the most essential elements of the program while providing an opportunity to experience a personalized assessment highlighting your strengths and developmental areas in Personal and Organizational Agility.Click Here to Learn More and Register
Organizational Agility Training is a “bottom-up” and “inside-out” approach to improving innovation within organizations. It is inclusive of all employees across an organization, at any level, in any role, in any department. The program helps individuals understand and overcome cognitive biases that get in the way of creativity and innovation – then the program provides robust and effective strategies for implementing new ideas effectively – from ideation to execution – providing teams and entire companies with more effective approaches to drive impactful change.
Process improvement can lead to better efficiency, but long-term success is driven by innovation. Agility training helps organizations shape their future by creating a culture of innovation. Leaders and employees learn practical strategies for launching new products and services, entering new markets or entirely rethinking key processes. And by coupling innovation with execution, measurable results are achieved quickly.
TRACOM’s Agility Training incorporates the latest research on individual behavior and organizational performance. It uses the concepts of design thinking where people learn to solve problems, and adds insights, tools and strategies to improve mindset and how people can think more proactively about a preferred future and take action towards it.
The Agility IDEA Model consists of four dimensions (with eight sub-elements) and is designed to revolutionize participants’ habitual ways of thinking and unlock the reservoir of innovative potential that resides in all of us.
Investigate. Design. Energize. Apply.Learn more about the Agility Model
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Understanding and applying these concepts throughout my career has been fundamental to my success. I believe an Agile Mindset is essential to achieving success in the changing environment of today and thriving in the world of tomorrow.
The Unlocking Personal Agility program and techniques are extremely helpful. The pre-mortem exposes the shortcomings of a plan in a way I hadn’t experienced before. And it allows you to address those issues before they become significant problems.
We have to remember that we may be here today and we may be here tomorrow, but if we have the ability to be Agile and in transition, then it doesn’t matter who encroaches upon us, we’re going to continue to provide excellent care and service to our patients.
Agility says, ‘I can flex and modify.’ The people who are the most Agile are the people who can modify their agenda, their practices and their behavior to move effectively.
94% of participants said they intend to apply the Agility strategies they learned to their work.
People with Agility skills are 35% more likely to be seen by others as an initiator of change.
98% of participants said they would recommend the Agility Training program to others.
Agile people are 35% more likely to be viewed by others as entrepreneurial.
97% of participants said the Agility knowledge and skills they gained are directly relevant to their work.
Agile people are 33% more likely to be seen as a go-to person for innovation.