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Getting employees to take action is tough. Employees may have good intentions but don't necessarily convert them into action. Employees may want to do proactive work, but don't. Employees may want to develop good listening skills, but in the heat of the discussion, forget.

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Behavioural Design ?
Engagement
Productivity
Culture Change

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Briefcase's applies the powerful 7-step Behavioural Design process to create multiple solutions based on behavioural science and teststhembefore scaling the winning solution.

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Examples of Employee Behaviour Change

Organizations have bad habits too (and they can be changed)

"Individuals have habits; groups have routines. Routines are the organizational analogue of habits", wrote Geoffrey Hodgson, who spent a career examining organizational patterns.

We learn better from failure than success

I'm sure you've been through many training programs or 'workshops' as they are commonly called if you've been part of corporate culture, no matter which part of the world you are from.

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