S Curve


RPA® improves individual performance through increased energy and self-understanding.

The process shows how an individual's instinctive preferences and motivations fit their goals and job role.  Individuals plot their own objectives or expected results on the AEM-cubeTM

The results impact in two areas:

  Area Effects
Individuals Comparing the RPA process for individuals, and their self-images and feedback images on the AEM-cube highlights where they are playing to their strengths or weaknesses.  Team member feedback on an individual's RPA highlights differences in the understanding and perception of a role as the basis for development work

Analysing the organisation's current S-curve position, the team AEM-cube profile and team RPA analysis highlights lack of gearing between the team's goal and its current direction and performance.  Structured team discussion on this basis, enables it to tackle issues pro-actively rather than waiting for a formal review.

RPA provides powerful insights into team behaviour and performance in three main areas:

  • where individuals and teams appear to achieve their objectives but business performance still feels off track
  • where there is little connection or commitment between individuals and their objectives
  • where more is being asked of leaders and their team, in order to support growth.