Transformation Mindset Specialist

#peopleanalytics #BI
#IA #development


#Transformability. The mindset of transformation

The mindset of change and transformation
is a way of thinking and acting that promotes adaptability, flexibility, and the ability to continuously learn. It is an approach that accepts and adapts to change instead of resisting it.

A mindset of change involves being willing to experiment and try new things, even if it means stepping out of the comfort zone. It also involves being open to new perspectives and learning from mistakes.

People with a mindset of change tend to be more proactive and seek growth and development opportunities rather than waiting for things to happen. Additionally, they are able to adapt to unexpected and changing situations more effectively.

In summary, the mindset of transformation is a positive and proactive attitude that fosters adaptability, flexibility, and the ability to continuously learn in the changing environment we live in today.


Why do we need it?

Every process of change or transformation requires a proper identification of the «Why» that is:

  • What do we want to change or transform
  • Where do we want to go or what do we want to achieve?
  • How to communicate it properly to the entire organization is the first starting point we need to know before addressing such change.

For example:

  • Incorporating the capacity for transformation in people’s competencies
  • Defining and detecting the mentality of the recruitment process
  • Detection and evaluation of agents of change or innovation
  • Implementing a proactive and leading attitude in commercial teams

To achieve these objectives, it is necessary to use and implement objective data and dashboards to follow this «Why.»

A new model approach: the Concerns

Concerns are worries or anxieties that a person experiences about a specific topic or situation. They can be emotions felt inside, such as anxiety or uncertainty, or they can manifest in behaviours, such as physical restlessness or avoidance of certain situations.

Concerns are common in people and can be caused by a variety of factors, such as stress, uncertainty, lack of information, insecurity, among others. They can be temporary or persistent and can vary in their intensity and duration.

It is important to address concerns and not ignore them. By talking about them or seeking help, it is possible to find ways to cope with them and, in some cases, even overcome them. Techniques for managing concerns can include meditation, therapy, education about the topic of concern, learning coping skills, among others.