TOOLS4CHANGE

CREATIVE CHANGE IS FUN
WORKING TOGETHER WITH SHARED PURPOSE


 

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Tools4Change consists of two basic elements:

1) PERSONAL CONCERNS iNVENTORY (PCI) ~ ANS proprietary ~ online ~ Individul privacy fully protected
2) 3 -step model for change~ Kurt Lewin

Together, these two elements make system change possible as everyone within your organization posts their particular concerns to the company database ~ at any time ~ at work or home

YOUR VOICE MATTERS

3-step model includes:

1) unfreezing stage
2) changing stage
3) refreezing stage

1. Unfreezing begins with implementation of the online Personal Concerns Interview(PCI) measuring "anonymously"
over 1500 Worker concerns in less than 20 minutes

Worker concerns can and do change on a regular basis. The PCI measures and tracks these changes as often as desired, perhaps daily, monthly or immediately following a significant environmental event such as 911

Employer / Worker COMMUNICATION is especially important during the unfreezing stage

2. Changing is the stage of transition, moving forward as the change process is implemented. During this stage, Workers are learning new behaviors and new ways of thinking. This is where PPPeLearning provides the eLearning component for In The Zone Positive Performance improvements

3. Refreezing involves reinforcing, stabilizing and solidifying new Positive Performance behaviors as this relates to organizational goals

Personal Concerns Inventory (PCI)
is completed anonymously at work or at home
YOU ARE DOING WELL ONLINE

PCI ONLINE
completing the Peronal Concerns Inventory
is like looking into a mirror
clarifying ~ your particular concerns ~ ambitions & dreams

WHO CAN DO THIS BETTER THAN YOU?

Finding your Focus: 

This is the most important step you will take in defining what action you want to take - In PPPeLearning ~ this is called FOCUSED MOVES

When you have a clear vision of your particular wants and concerns & submit them to your company database ~ YOUR VOICE NOW MATTERS

Effective goal setting requires Focus: 
The Personal Concerns Inventory(PCI) functions like a highly efficient, well-organized mind
Starting from the perspective of a wide-angle lens, you will examine a panorama of possible concerns
The PCI will automatically adjust your lens, rapidly prioritizing these concerns according to their relative significance to you
Zooming in for a close-up, the PCI will surface your most significant personal concern, available to you immediately in your online 'This is Me!' report

Maintaining consistent Focus: 
Maintaining consistent Focus on your dominant concern - yes, over time - is your second important step
Rapid personal change results by maintaining your focus on the goal you consider most important. This is Focused Action

Resolving Your Most Significant Concern: 
When you have resolved your most significant concern, you will progress toward resolution of your next most significant concern revealed in future completions of the PCI

Because life is a continuing process of challenge and resolution, continued use of the PCI provides you with a reliable tool for self-navigation in an ever-changing world

The Promise of Rapid Change:
You can willfully direct your life toward achievement of valued goals through focus and mindfully directed attention, the most reliable path toward rapid personal change
Alas, the Power of Purpose

Scientific evidence validating the Power of Your Attention: 
Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz, in his pioneering book published in 2002, "The Mind and the Brain" offers convincing scientific evidence of your ability to create the life you want to live - even to the point of physically reshaping the neural circuitry of your brain - all of this because of your innate capacity for sustained attention.
Quoting Dr. Schwartz, "The power of attention not only allows us to choose what mental direction we will take. It also allows us, by actively focusing attention on one rivulet in the stream of consciousness, to change - in scientifically demonstrable ways - the systematic functioning of our own neural circuitry."

Chart your Course personally & organizationally with the Personal Concerns Inventory (PCI) 

TWO basic reports ~ This is ME! & This is US!

This is Me! is a fully private, HIPPA compliant, online report immediately available to the respondent ONLY. This anonymous, highly personal report, is available only to the person who completed the report. EVERY report is stored by date of completion for your future reference in a separate file requiring your self-defined username and password should you want to study changes in your concerns over time

Reaume Carroll Mulry, PHD, created the PCI wanting respondents to have the opportunity to genuinely express feelings and concerns without evaluation apprehension,
eliminating the middle man

This is US! group report averages all respondent data, but is not traceable back to you or any other respondent
This report helps Employers and Workers alike understand what truly concerns everyone in the organization

The PCI provides a foundation for meaningful discussion throughout your organization for those seeking the most relevant employee benefits ~ everyone's voice is heard & the database is automatically updated on a daily basis

DO THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS FIRST! (FOCUS)

WHAT GETS MEASURED IS WHAT GETS DONE!. (PROGRESS)

THE PARTNERSHIP THAT WORKS! (COOPERATION)

KEEP IN MIND - The PCI is ~ highly dynamic ~always available ~always current ~ because the PCI addresses ~ current concerns

Most surveys & assessment tools ask questions of concern to the developers themselves. With the PCI, Workers surface their PRIMARY, SECONDARY and HIGHLY FOCUSED concerns as the natural result of their honesty with themselves, believing Employers will listen carefully, this being their best approach to TEAM BUILDING & ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE

NOTE:

The PCI was developed by Clinical Psychologist, Reaume Carroll Mulry, PHD, who completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Center For Psychological Research, Educational Testing Service (ETS), Princeton NJ & taught psychological assessment within the Clinical Psychology graduate training departments at The University of Texas at Austin & Indiana University at Bloomington