Tuesday, 19 August 2014 14:25

It's not called survival of the fittest for nothing

Survival depends on how well we change our behaviour to adapt and thrive as circumstances change.

And they do change! We have to adapt to our always- on work culture, before both our productivity and our sanity are threatened. Leadership styles have to adapt to Generation X and Millennial employees. You risk alienating your children if you discipline them the way your parents disciplined you. If you value your health, eating fast foods on the run is not a good adaptation to a busy schedule.

We’re not actually very good at changing behaviour. Most of us have a history of diet plans that haven’t made us thin and gym memberships that haven’t made us fitter. We’ve given up smoking time and again, and no matter how hard we try, we can’t keep work and life in balance.

The corporate world is little better. Failed change initiatives litter the corridors. Each crisis brings a new organisation structure, but people carry on behaving as they’ve always done.

There is a methodology based on extensive evidence and supported by laboratory research that brings all the factors that have been shown to influence behaviour change together into a cohesive strategy.* It helps you change behaviour and keep it changed.

It’s not a silver bullet…or another magic potion. It requires hard work. But if you stick to it, it works.

If you’re serious about changing behaviour, I’d like to talk to you. I offer personal coaching, in house training and public workshops.

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