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Impressionable Management


Does anyone have any information on a tool used to implement 'Impressionable Management'? This is in relation to a 'manager' using the tool as a method/process of 'impressing on' staff a value base for example.
Ann Marie McKenna

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  1. Impressionable Management through Behavioural Change ?
    If its a behavioural impression you are thinking about, in perhaps a change scenario or just business as usual (?), it might be worth talking to

    They are excellent at creating ‘real’ interventions that align employee behaviours to the achievement of corporate and personal goals, and use the only behavioural objective setting method I have ever seen actually work !

    In fact they are the only company I have ever used who have actual shown me how to create behavioual objectives, and they certainly take a definate view on behavioural and organisational change (unlike some consultancies and training companies I could name who leap from one fad to the next in the middle of assignments !).

    They are also unusual in that they do not advertise, they seem to rely on an extensive network of contacts in senior positions, who usually pass their details on by word of mouth. This is a unique way of doing business in my experience, and given the nature of what they do, completely understandable !

    When I instructed them to conduct a massive international organisational change programme (which included a merger scenario), they worked initially as internal consultants (so that people would not be defensive to the idea that we were changing their behaviour in order to achieve our global corporate goals).

    They also insisted that our own operational business managers (and not HR or L&D) delivered the bulk of the interventions, so that the behavioural changes would be owned by the business units themselves.

    The intervention was incredibly successful, and what’s more their culturally sensitive and pragmatic approach was an inspiration to everyone !

    They are really informal and friendly (as you would expect from people who specialise in behavioural change !), and I’m sure they would have someone there who could help you.

    Good luck


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