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Who Are Your Change Agents?
Use Data-Driven Insights to Get Beyond the Usual Suspects

Senior leaders are essential participants when executing change in line with a strategic vision. However, to fully integrate change into an organization, all employees must be fully on board so being able to effectively identify change agents is critical.

Consider this three-pronged, data-driven approach to find your change agents.

  • They are well connected
    Use the power of organizational networks to help identify individuals who are at the center of how work gets done.
  • They are engaged themselves and change ready
    Individual Engagement Reporting (IER) allows all engagement survey respondents the option of seeing their personal engagement level.
  • They exhibit engaging behaviors
    Such as energizing people, staying grounded and proactively owning solutions.

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