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:
Module 2: The barrier analysis in behavioural design. The event is in Danish.
Join us in Copenhagen.
Livestream of James Clear, New York Times best-seller of “Atomic Habits”, who will join us to explore how we can build habits that matter, make behavioural change stick and bring our best selves to work.
Join us online.
Bring your best self to work
New York Times best-seller, “Atomic Habits”, James Clear will join us to explore how we can build habits that matter, make behavioural change stick and bring our best selves to work.
– and see things with new eyes
Why feedback rarely does what it is meant to.
Share your secrets
Article in Danish: As a first step in the everyday implementation, you conduct an analysis of culture and barriers.
Article in Danish: Intelligent training is evidence-based physical training that enhances efficiency, job satisfaction and reduces sickness absence.
Dan Gilbert, author of "Stumbling on Happiness," challenges the idea that we'll be miserable if we don't get what we want.
Martin Seligman talks about psychology. As it moves beyond a focus on disease, what can modern psychology help us to become?
What motivates us to work? Contrary to conventional wisdom, it isn't just money. But it's not exactly joy either.
Implement Consulting Group