“Everyone has a fundamental right to experience flow”
Put simply, Flow is the path of least resistance. When you are in a team in Flow, productivity increases, results improve dramatically, you have more fun and feel more connected to the organisation.
Getting in flow
Talent Dynamics is the quickest and easiest way to get a team into and staying in Flow!
Based on an ancient chinese pilosophy, the I ching, Talent Dynamics allows each person in a team or organisation to understand the quickest and easiest way for them to get into and stay in Flow. It helps them understand how to get others into and staying in Flow and provides clear strategies and actions for teams to take based on their profile, to achieve a desired result.
As we have mentioned the central premise behind Talent Dynamics is one of ﬂow:
The experience your staff, your customers and your stakeholders have of your enterprise – and their collective efforts to grow the success of your organisation – is determined by this one guiding principle. This principle determines the overall health of your enterprise, the personal effectiveness and fulfillment of each staff member and the collective retention of both your staff and your customers. It is the same principle that enables competing species in an ecosystem to co-exist for the sustainable beneﬁt of their ecosystem.
This is the same natural principle that ensures the cells in a body ensure the sustainability of the whole Through each individual, through each department/team, through the division, through the corporation and through your customers and stakeholders.
It then delivers the tools for each of the ﬁve levels to improve ﬂow in communications, resources and proﬁtability.
Key ideas within this process are the development of identity, responsibility, trust and sustainability.
Each of these are measurable and controllable elements in the enterprise.
Talent Dynamics works because it delivers results in performance and proﬁtability while aligning your team to the spirit and purpose at the heart of your organisation.