Many organisations are facilitating an ongoing digital transformation of their workplace, adding tools and platforms to help employees with easing their workflow, increasing two-way communication and accessibility to their overall career journey.
With so much money invested in these tools and best interests at heart (hopefully), organisations are often challenged with resistance to change, lack of enthusiasm about the new addition, as well as limited use in comparison to the full potential offered.
This workshop will look at the barriers and opportunities during the digital transformation process beyond practicalities such as employee training needs etc. It will provide an overview of psychological levers and barriers for digital uptake looking at true employee needs, beyond what you can pick up in a survey and organisational culture. Making sure you design your future digital experiences with intent of solving real frustrations and aligning with your people’s development goals.
You will walk away with knowledge on how to:
· Identify barriers for uptake
· Help your employees with the digital transition from a psychological perspective
· Co-create digital experiences to add value
Managing Director & Business Psychology Consultant