How It Works

How do you scale peer coaching across a 500, 5,000, or 50,000 person organization? Imperative's platform makes it easy. We design conversations with you and then use our matching algorithm to pair employees. The conversations are scheduled and completed over video-chat on our platform. At the end of each conversation, we measure the results so you can immediately see the impact.

Purpose Profile |Conversation Catalog | Peer-Matching | Conversation Scheduling |
Video Conversation | Coaching Prompts | Outcome Measurement

Purpose Profile

Each employee creates a purpose profile that defines their intrinsic motivations and who they are at their best. This profile creates the psychological safety necessary to enter a peer coaching conversation and provides the insights needed for the platform to match and design conversations for them.

Conversation Catalog

Partners can select from our catalog of peer conversation modules or work with us to build unique experiences for their employees.

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Peer-Matching

With each set of conversations, we design an algorithm for matching employees with the ideal partner for the conversations. The algorithm then improves over time as it measures outcomes. This takes the risk and effort out of matching employees.

Conversation Scheduling

The platform supports scheduling for peers so they can focus on showing up and not the work of scheduling.

Video Conversation

Peers from the other side of the office or the other side of the world conduct their conversations face-to-face over integrated video. It breaks down silos and builds connections across the organization.

Coaching Prompts

Employees need no training or experience to engage in transformational peer conversations as we provide the prompts and tips for every question. They are each designed based on coaching best practices and positive psychology.

Outcome Measurement

At the end of conversations, each person records their reflections, pledged actions, and also measures the outcomes. This is then accessible to the program administrator to measure the success of the program.