Managing Individual Change

Managing Individual Change is part of Organizational life

The first challenge for most organizations, whether they are established or rapidly growing, is in dealing with the life-cycle of their people. The key pain-points include Hiring, Termination and Promotion. This is where gaps in Organizational knowledge and capability start to show. Threshold Knowledge has the tools to help you make the right decisions, and can be there to help you hire the people you need, to promote the right leaders and to help you manage those who are not employed in their best roles.

The Threshold Knowledge Tools

The Guide — Our Needs Assessment Tool that answers the critical 4 questions that can determine your success or failure at the earliest stages. The Guide provides the 3 key answers that guide our process. Learn more about the Guide here.

The Toolbox — Getting the Right Answers using a suite of analytic capabilities combining commercially available and proprietary tools that have been developed by Threshold Knowledge combining our Industry and Academic research. Learn more about the Toolbox here.

The Threshold Knowledge Approach

Executing the Plan means managing Individual Change.

Our analysis will tell you what needs to be done; our Plan tells you how to do it. The Plan is designed so your managers and directors can execute it on their own or with varying degrees of assistance from Threshold Knowledge. This minimizes wasted effort and maximizes your results – find out more here.

Why Threshold Knowledge?

Anybody can follow the instructions and administer an evaluation. Similarly anyone can read a book, download a video or sign up for online training. The question is what tool should you use and what do you do with the results?

Learn more about the Threshold Knowledge difference, and how it can help you take the pain out of Individual Change Management here.

The Threshold Knowledge Difference has 3 facets:

1. A clear vision of your intention and your desired end-state
2. Knowing how to choose and deploy tools where they are most effective
3. Blending Assessment and Development in every interaction

Contact us to reduce the risk of managing individual change.

 

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