The Change Style Indicator Group Report provides teams an understanding of the how the team manages change. Compiling results for individual Change Style Indicator results, the distribution of scores highlights the percentages of Change Style Preferences across the team. This valuable insight into how teams manage change provides meaningful feedback to help teams navigate change within the team and across the organization.
The Change Style Indicator measures the adaptability of change across three change preferences:
1) Conserver-Oriented Teams: Conserver teams are comfortable with structure and prefer change that is incremental. Rules and policies provide order and have intrinsic value. They value traditional and best practices and prefer a more cautious approach to problem-solving.
2) Pragmatist-Oriented Teams: Pragmatist teams operate as mediators and catalysts for understanding. They appear practical, agreeable, and flexible and are open to both sides of an argument. They are viewed as more team-oriented.
3) Originator-Oriented Teams: Originator teams challenge structure. They enjoy risk and uncertainty and are viewed as divergent thinkers. Originator teams may appear as unconventional and spontaneous and react in the moment. They are comfortable with change and adapt easily.
Key Features of the Change Style Indicator Group Report:
- Explore the advantages, strengths and liabilities that each style offers on a team
- Improve interpersonal communication and understanding
- Realize the value of all perspectives when resolving issues
- Enable group creativity, collaboration and innovation
- Understand preferred work environments for all three change styles
- Learn communication tips to work with each unique style