4G in Practice

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This presentation goes into much more detail about 4G, its applications and case studies. Information on the following topics is included; what makes 4G unique, 4G modules, strategy, case studies and implementation tactics.

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4G in Practice

  1. 1. 4G in Practice What makes 4G unique 4G modules Strategy Case studies Tactics
  2. 2. What makes 4G unique
  3. 3. There are no tools that allow relationships to be predicted and forecast
  4. 4. 4G adds new dimensions
  5. 5. It lets you predict…
  6. 6. Behaviours…
  7. 7. Relationships…
  8. 8. And culture…
  9. 9. All at the same time
  10. 10. Other tools are static
  11. 11. And only measure things one at a time
  12. 12. 4G is interactive and links everything together
  13. 13. 4G is not based on preferences or traits
  14. 14. Instead, it measures how people process information Subconscious Conscious Inputs Outputs
  15. 15. 4G modules
  16. 16. There are 6 modules within 4G
  17. 17. Each one builds on the one before
  18. 18. First, help managers save time and make better decisions
  19. 19. Second, add more value through business partnering
  20. 20. Third, improve recruitment decisions and process
  21. 21. Fourth, see the whole organisation through the perspective of relationships
  22. 22. Fifth, enhance leadership and coaching activities
  23. 23. Sixth, use advanced analytics for • Performance • Talent management • Engagement • Sickness and absence
  24. 24. This creates many possibilities across the employee life cycle
  25. 25. Strategy
  26. 26. 20 - 40% of performance is determined by the quality of people’s relationships
  27. 27. Is this relevant to the CEO?
  28. 28. “It forces the conversation with a manager who is over- managing… I come to you and I say the project is late, you guys have screwed up, my classic old management style and you sit there and say you know what, I’m gonna give you everything I’ve got 80% of the time” Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google created the 20% rule
  29. 29. This is different to other strategies intended to raise performance
  30. 30. Such as restructuring
  31. 31. Cost cutting
  32. 32. Change management
  33. 33. Mergers & acquisitions
  34. 34. Efficiency programs
  35. 35. Outsourcing
  36. 36. What does a 20% rise in performance look like to you?
  37. 37. Case studies
  38. 38. Previous projects include
  39. 39. Recruitment to director level
  40. 40. Creating new teams from scratch
  41. 41. Team diagnostics
  42. 42. Team development
  43. 43. Team workshops
  44. 44. Conflict resolution
  45. 45. Improving communications
  46. 46. Aligning people and processes
  47. 47. Coaching
  48. 48. Leadership development
  49. 49. Cultural assessment
  50. 50. Cultural alignment
  51. 51. Succession planning
  52. 52. The Visual Team Builder can highlight specific examples
  53. 53. Managers have a healthy appetite for 4G
  54. 54. And client references are available on request
  55. 55. Tactics
  56. 56. 20 - 40% of performance is determined by the quality of people’s relationships
  57. 57. Three hooks that might appeal to people…
  58. 58. First, 4G means better performance and better relationships
  59. 59. Second, 4G saves time and money
  60. 60. Third, 4G increases the value of people management
  61. 61. Find a pilot…
  62. 62. Start with a team
  63. 63. Or a recruitment assignment
  64. 64. Pilots are best run with people who
  65. 65. Have P&L responsibility
  66. 66. Want to improve people’s performance
  67. 67. Like new ideas
  68. 68. And see the benefits of 4G
  69. 69. This is a safe and low risk approach
  70. 70. That lets you prove 4G within your unique environment
  71. 71. 4G is easy to use
  72. 72. It needs 90 minutes per person
  73. 73. An hour for an online questionnaire
  74. 74. And half an hour for a feedback session
  75. 75. Plus further time for development, if required
  76. 76. So what does a 20% rise in performance look like?
  77. 77. Request a ten minute demo of the 4G tool below http://fourgroups.com/demo Imagecreditshttp://sxc.hu

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