You make big investments in training and developing your people – but what happens when a session is over? How will you know if your employees are applying what they’ve learned in their day-to-day? In the hustle of daily activities, it’s easy for your employees to fall back on old habits and behaviours.
Our 30-day Habit Builder harnesses the research from top behavioural scientists like BJ Fogg and Charles Duhigg to bridge the gap between learning new skills and establishing lasting habits, creating a window of visibility into how new behaviours are becoming embedded in your organization.
When individuals embrace new behaviours, you start to see real return on your investment in their development, achieving better results in the process.
With Habit Builder, the key is to enable individuals to integrate one small behaviour change into their daily activities, while gaining visibility into what’s happening so that you can monitor progress. Here’s how it works:
The technology that supports and facilitates individual commitments to behaviour change is web-based, and easy to use. Participants "check in" on their behaviour change progress in as few as two clicks per day.
Participants can choose when and how they receive notifications, select an “Accountability Buddy” to keep them on track, and write brief journal entries about their progress.
Throughout the process, you have access to data about what is happening within the organization, which promotes targeted coaching conversations when there are pockets of resistance, and allows you to amplify bright spots where individuals are embracing change.
Whether starting with a WATMEC learning program or one of your own, if you want training transfer and new habits built as a result of the learning, Habit Builder is the answer. It helps teams embrace the behaviours needed to achieve business outcomes, and turns those behaviours into lasting habits.
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