Research: Connection Between Agility and Job Performance


This research compares people who have been profiled using TRACOM’s Adaptive Mindset for Agility Profile. Learn how TRACOM’s Agility program can influence job performance!

TRACOM’s Agility Program

TRACOM’s 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. Agility and job performance go hand-in-hand.

Research shows that Personal Agility Matters

Studies show 90% of Executives say that Agility is essential to business success. Employees who create change are 43% more effective than employees who respond to change. And agile Companies grow 37% faster and generate 30% more profits. Wouldn’t you want your organization to be an agile organization too? Learn about agility and job performance here!

Unlocking Personal Agility

This unique course is built on the latest research in neuroscience and learning.  It teaches participants about the naturally occurring cognitive biases that get in our way and lead to stagnation in the workplace.  It’s loaded with practical and powerful techniques to develop, champion and implement new ways to boost individual and organizational performance.

The foundation of the course is TRACOM’s IDEA Model™ which identifies four key elements of personal agility.  These elements are:

  • Investigate: look for opportunities to improve current services, processes or products
  • Design: generate and evaluate as many ideas as possible to achieve improvements
  • Energize: influence others, build coalitions and mobilize support for new ideas
  • Apply: put bold ideas into a practical plan, test and modify the plan, and make new ideas a regular part of the work process’

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