Bespoke Resilience Programmes for Successful Change

Do you want to help your people to be resilient, so that they can help your organisation to succeed and thrive during the challenges of organisational change? We can help. We use insights from neuroscience, behavioural science, psychology and our proprietary 9 Action Factors change model to create bespoke change and resilience programmes that allow our clients to achieve their goals.

STEP ONE: We will work with you to identify the vital habits your people will need to strengthen and develop in order to make your organisational change a success. The types of habits people typically need to strengthen and improve in order to succeed during organisational change are connected to the following: improving diet exercise and sleep for better brain performance; better stress management; spending less time thinking unhelpful thoughts; better performance under pressure; improved productivity to drive creativity and innovation; building and maintaining robust levels of confidence; better Transformational Leadership for improved individual and team performance.

STEP TWO: We will work with you to help your people acquire the knowledge and skills they will need to build and strengthen these vital habits.

STEP THREE: We will use our proprietary 9 Action Factors change model, and the 200-plus behaviour change rules that power it, to create a bespoke habit building programme. This will make it easier for your people to build sustainable new performance habits, and your organisation to change successfully and thrive.

We use multiple delivery methods to reach everyone in an organisation, including: keynotes; workshops; coaching; tools and resources (including the Performance Planner); online support.

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Here are some insights into how we help our clients create the desired changes in their peoples’ behaviour and achieve organisational goals:

STEP ONE
We will work with you to identify the vital habits your people will need to strengthen and develop in order to make your organisational change a success. The types of habits people typically need to strengthen and improve in order to succeed during organisational change are connected to the following: improving diet exercise and sleep for better brain performance; better stress management; spending less time thinking unhelpful thoughts; better performance under pressure; improved productivity to drive creativity and innovation; building and maintaining robust levels of confidence; better Transformational Leadership for improved individual and team performance.

STEP TWO
We will work with you to help your people acquire the knowledge and skills they will need to build and strengthen these vital habits.
STEP THREE
We will use our proprietary 9 Action Factors change model, and the 200-plus behaviour change rules that power it, to create a bespoke habit building programme. This will make it easier for your people to build sustainable new performance habits, and your organisation to change successfully and thrive.
The '9 Action Factors Model' for successful Behaviour Change
Why do people do what they do?

How can we use insights from behavioural science to change our behaviour?

Providing effective answers to the above questions is not easy. Most efforts to create change are unsuccessful.

To help our clients achieve successful and sustainable change we have created our proprietary 9 Action Factors model. There are more than 200 rules that underpin the model. They make it easier for your organisation to activate all 9 Action Factors. This means we help our clients create the desired changes in their peoples’ behaviour and achieve organisational goals.

Here is an overview of the 9 core areas we help our clients to activate: 1) Mindset; 2) Habit Factor; 3) Brain State Optimisation; 4) Personal Motivation; 5) Personal Knowledge and Skills; 6) Community Knowledge and Skills; 7) Social Influence; 8) Rewards and Penalties; 9) Environmental and Digital External Triggers.