Kintla® helps leaders design a blueprint for success and energize their teams to take on challenging business problems. Teams work together to plan and implement shifts in their Daily Operating Rhythm, reflect on their progress, and make adjustments as needed to sustain the change. They apply neurobehavioral tools to understand and cope with the personal risks of trying new approaches.
The increasing pace of change in business operations and the markets they serve demands agility. Organizations must adapt quickly and constantly in order to thrive. We help organizations develop and apply a customized approach to change using our 4-step model.
Once fluent in the change model, organizations can respond quickly to new challenges. Change-fluency gives organizations a strong competitive advantage.
Why Kintla's Model is Different
Several powerful tools drive the 4-step approach
Building the Change Blueprint involves identifying desired outcomes and working backwards from those outcomes to identify what individuals need to do to make change happen. Desired changes may include closing gaps in performance or implementing strategy, or making more fundamental improvements in areas like teamwork and creativity.
Daily Operating Rhythm builds a bridge between learning experiences and daily habits and helps embed learning and change into daily patterns. Daily Operating Rhythm helps individuals identify what they can do more of to enhance their daily impact and what to do less of that might be interfering with their effectiveness. It targets small, attainable, persistent changes every day that add up to significant value over time.
Group Reflection is used to bring together teams involved in a change process to review what is going well and what can be improved. Individuals share brief stories about their own experiences and ask for input from others. When applied in a deliberate and persistent way, these sessions can solidify change and ensure that change is implemented permanently.
The High Performance Team (HPT) Process is used to engage natural teams in aligning their energy and efforts with productive change. We assess team effectiveness, debrief the team on our findings, and facilitate reflection sessions to develop a plan for moving the team forward.
Tools and techniques for immediate impact
As people learn and apply TripleRC℠ and implement longer-term change, we offer them several practices that work immediately. These practices were selected from our experience in a variety of organizations as the best methods for interrupting old patterns and starting new ones.
The brain works best under predictable conditions. Unfortunately, what is comfortable for the brain is often not the best for business. Kintla’s change process leverages our neuroscience tools to help people understand their natural tendency to resist change and to calm emotional reactions to change as it is implemented.