Tiny Habits for L&D Professionals
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How often has your organization delivered a training program to deal with a specific performance issue or to introduce a new process only to find that six months down the road the problem still exists or that a year later employees are still not routinely following the new process?
Despite everything we know about the science of learning and how our brains work, embedding long-term change following a training program seems like a hit or miss kind of game.
What if we took a behavioural science approach to L&D and tried to break it down into small, starter steps that build over time? That’s what the tiny habits® method does. Based on the research of Stanford University behavioural scientist, BJ Fogg (https://www.bjfogg.com/), the tiny habits® method looks at small steps that are easy to maintain and grow for long-term behavioural change.
Join Senior Learning & Development consultant, Kate Hand (http://www.learningbyhand.ca/), to learn why tiny habits can help us as L&D professionals and how you can bring this approach to your organization.