WEBINAR: Future of Work Strategy: How Equitable Builds Employee Connection
Imperative is used by companies to support every step in the employee lifecycle.Watch a 1 min demo video
Shared purpose bonds people from every background at a deeper level
Building the networks that are scientifically-proven to drive retention and advancement for diverse employees
Creating the strong bonds between people of all identities to embrace diversity in your culture
Strengthening employee resource groups and bridges between them
Successful people invest time in building networks that create opportunity
Cultivating a growth mindset anchored in purpose and intrinsic motivation
Enabling people to explore different internal career paths and build allies across functions
Coaching, networking, and purpose are the top skills of top leaders
Developing coaching coaching skills through direct practice
Unlocking the purpose of each leader and helping them own it
The average remote employee has half as many friends at work
Creating meaningful relationships for new people that accelerate belonging
Quickly connecting new people’s purpose to the organization’s and empowering them to own it
Cultural assimilation is the leading cause of mergers failing
Accelerating the integration of cultures by building bridges between people
Enabling people to manage change and find their path in the new combined organization
Peer coaching conversations increase positive emotions by 2.4X
Preventing burnout by creating the consistent, positive, and vulnerable relationships people need
Peers holding each other accountable for their self-care
“People think it has to be more complicated to work as well as this does. Peer coaching is so simple and just works.”
At a fraction of the cost and with a single program, peer coaching produces results where legacy learning, wellbeing, and inclusion programs fall short.
Only 12% of learners say they apply the skills from the training they receive to their job. (24x7 Learning)
Employee surveys point to problems, not solutions, and they don’t empower employees to own their own success.
Mentoring can be effective for learning and inclusion, but the quality is very uneven, and it doesn't scale because the supply of good mentors never matches the demand.
Coaching has proven to create sustained behavior change, self-awareness, and leadership capacity, but is too expensive for 90%+ of employees. (Korn Ferry) And, professional coaches are a short-term and one-way relationship with an outsider who doesn’t know your culture.