New Behaviour and motivation
By reshaping the way we think about progress, we can improve every workday, sustainable growth and productivity. For us, progress is about increasing well-being in organisations by applying new habits, new ways of working, new behaviours and much more intrinsic motivation.
Drawing on ideas from psychology, biology, and neuroscience, we create practical strategies that will help people in organisations master the tiny behaviour patterns that lead to remarkable results. Typical themes we work with include:
Three critical questions guiding you as a leader of culture.
In this first chapter on culture explorations, we try to figure out what metaphor would lead to a better understanding of what culture is and propose an idea that culture is as organic, adaptive and influential as the nature from which we all come.
What is the most efficient starting point?
(Spoiler: It’s not “influencers”).
Book in Danish: A practical guide written in Danish.
A digital solution to help you make projects more successful.
How to work actively with habits to ensure that you and your organisation become the best versions of yourselves.
The subtle art of changing behaviour
How can you use curiosity and triggers to design environments for behavioural change?
Create leader and team resilience in organisations
Building of psychological and mental capacity through simulator training.
Agile organisations need human flexibility
Development of coping strategies builds psychological and mental capacity.
Harness the potential of habits at work
How can we make behavioural change stick?
– and see things with new eyes
Why feedback rarely does what it is meant to.
Implement Consulting Group