Category: Changing behaviour

Sustainability in the workplace and the B=MAP model

Going green is a red hot topic in the business world. In recent years …

How to introduce behavioural science into your business.

If you’re intimidated by the thought of introducing behavioural science into…

Stress in the workplace and the B=MAP model

Employee stress contributes to the largest segment of lost days due to sickness annually.

Behavioural science in the design process

You know you need help with that change programme, but you’re not sure how you can use behavioural science in your design process. Read on…

Top challenges of problem solving in the workplace

The workplace can be a challenging place, for both employers and…

Workplace Change: How to manage a changing workplace in 2022

COVID-19 is responsible for some of the most dramatic examples of workplace change in recent memory. As the new philosophy of flexible work has arisen, the idea of working in an office five days a week is no longer the norm.

How a bias for action can impact growth

By our nature, humans want to… keep moving forward. We are keen to keep growing and progressing, whether in our personal or working lives.

It’s suggested that a bias for action is an innate tendency. Ancestors would have needed to keep moving to survive. However, we’re no longer in life-threatening danger, so why do we still feel this need to drive forward?

Today, work is our outlet for motivation, and how we progress in life. This bias for action can help to push individuals and organisations forward. In fact, monoliths like Amazon list “bias for action” as one of their key leadership principles.

5 common workplace problems and how to fix them

The workplace can be a tricky area to navigate. Communication issues and… lack of motivation can create a poor workplace culture. Ultimately, a poor culture affects employees more over time. Even the most productive employees can be impacted by their surroundings.

Workplace problems can have a hugely negative effect on a company, with varying degrees of severity. This is an issue experienced by 85% of employees.. If they are unhappy, unmotivated and unproductive, something needs to be changed within that workplace culture. If this doesn’t happen, you’ll struggle to retain employees, causing major disruptions to cash flow and reputational damage as an employer.

5 tips to aid in managing change in the workplace

The key to managing change in the workplace is understanding why you…

How to prevent blame culture at work

A blame culture at work can be detrimental to performance, damaging…