Resolving Resolutions: use science-led behavioural change for team success
09 February 2016 07:30 - 09:30
Fraser Suites Perth
Tuesday 9th February 2016
An interactive event with Chris Taylor, William Feeney, and Aileen Armstrong
Would you be happy with an 88% failure rate?
Probably not, and yet that's the reality for our New Year's Resolutions. Across the world, people, teams and organisations set goals and resolutions for the new year, and then fail miserably. Why? A 2007 study from the University of Bristol suggests it’s because…
· 35% of people make unrealistic goals,
· 33% of people don't keep track of their goals, and
· 23% of people forget about their goals
What's needed, therefore, is a system that ensures you and your team
a) make smaller, manageable goals (that build on each other),
b) track the progress of your goals, and
c) remain accountable to your commitments.
Luckily, we've got just the solution for you. As one New Year (solar) passes into our memories, we'll be holding another New Year event (lunar/Chinese) that will demonstrate how you and your team can set measurable, trackable, and realistic commitments to change habits and drive performance.
So, if you would like to get more from your available resources in 2016 and build a high performance and accountable culture, then you’ll want to register for the event now. You’ll walk away with:
1) A greater understanding of the connection between neuroscience discoveries and best practice workplace learning and development
2) A ‘taste-test’ of an Actionable Conversation, so you can experience their power and elegance
3) A sneak-peek at some of the new learning and development technology being rolled out in 2016
4) Some fantastic new connections (we only invite awesome people)
5) A tummy full of yummy food
In addition, those who attend will be set up with an Actionable Conversation to run with their own team (valued at $440).