Google, Intel, Silc du Soleir Teva and Intel and more applied Points of You® for their human resource.
Professional coaches, business consultant and executives accept the tool of power in 147 countries world wide.
- As a tool to promote a better understanding of individuals in a teamA professional who is not good at conversation,
gets a big improvement in communicating with others
- As a tool for deriving solutions from different points of viewNot numeric values but
Specific solutions with a focus on people
- As an ice break tool to encourage flexible thinking at meetinga stream of ideas for new product development can be generated
in just 30 minutes
Application example of Cirque du SoleilPromote a better understanding
of individuals in a team
Cirque du Soleil has adopted our tool for a conference to convey the performer's achievement over a long period. The person in charge pointed out the problem "To be honest, they are professional actors, but they aren't very good at telling what they are going to get with the task, and eventually the managers take longer to figure out the actors' meaning."
Points of You® solved this problem. Even actors who aren't good at communicating can tell the managers clear about their current situation, and convey managers' instructions more clear.
Application example of IKEASeek appropriate solutions
from different points of view
At IKEA, the Sales Department has been utilizing Points of You®. The first time to think to utilize Points of You® was the miscommunication between sales employees and managers, they failed to conduct open and constructive dialogue, and no tangible result.
In past sales meetings, many measures like increasing the number of visits and telephone sales had been taken to achieve numerical targets. By leveraging the creative tools of Points of You®, many business-related topics, such as how to create a businessfriendly environment or bad effect on the business, can also be discussed. The tools give them an opportunity to work out concrete measures by focusing and giving voice to the employees who is actually engaged in business, instead of just chasing numbers.