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There is nothing you can't do if you get the habit right.

Support Change (Brain of Habit)

In the past decade or so, our understanding of the science of the brain has increased more than a hundred fold.

Our understanding of the neurology and psychology of HABITS and the manner in which patterns work within our lives, societies, and organisations has expanded in ways we could not have imagined fifty years ago.

We are now in a position to influence habits. We now know more about why habits emerge, how they can change, and the science behind their mechanics.

We now know how to break them into part/segments and rebuild them into a process/strategy.

Transforming a habit - activating change - is not necessarily easy or quick or simple. But it is possible.

We understand how.

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A pro-4th Industrial Revolution People Development Program Initiative.

How effectively can your staff and organisation adapt to change?