Smart moves: How small actions can deliver big impact
How can investing time revealing human behaviours and actions lead to more straightforward, less resource-hungry, longer-lasting impact? An upcoming webinar for L&D leaders will explore how to target your effort and resources where they’ll make the most difference.
Smaller actions that deliver bigger impact
Webinar: 9th November 2022, 10am
How can investing time revealing human behaviours and actions lead to more straightforward, less resource-hungry, longer-lasting impact?
More is better, right?
If you’re trying to make meaningful change happen in your organisation, life would be easier if only you had more money, bigger systems, more commitment and time from people… wouldn’t it?
The reality is that we’re faced with constraints. Budgets are tight, managers are busy, and time is at a premium.
And there’s a pressing need for organisations to think about employee wellbeing. People are bombarded with information from all directions. We need to empathise with their experience of overload, and find new ways to get through instead of just shouting our message more loudly.
Small actions, big impact
It sounds like a daunting feat of human ingenuity to create a brilliant solution with fewer resources and asking less time of people.
But taking a smarter approach, based on investing time up front
Fortunately creating those responses could be simpler than it might seem. It comes down to focusing on human actions. What are people currently doing (or not doing)? What specifically do they need to do differently? And how can we make it as easy as possible for them to take those different actions? By spending time at the start of a project gaining insights into what drives those behaviours, use of budget and resources can be used in a more targeted way.
Revealing human behaviours
In this webinar, we’ll explain how a behavioural approach helps you to develop human-centric, agile responses that drive change successfully.
Join us to consider:
- How to target your effort and resources where they’ll make the most difference.
- How to identify the behavioural drivers that determine people’s actions.
- How to make it as easy as possible for people to change those actions in the moments that matter at work.
- How to reframe interventions by asking: ‘What’s the minimum people need?’
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