THE SCIENCE OF
Behaviour change is essential if you want your training to make a difference and deliver a return on investment.
Cutting-edge neuroscience, educational psychology and pioneering cognitive research have changed the way the world thinks about learning.
FIND THE MOTIVATION TO CHANGE
Benjamin Bloom laid out a hierarchy of different levels of competency. you need to help your learners progress through the different levels.
Hermann Ebbinghaus found that we forget up to 90% of what we learn within only a few weeks of having learned it.
Richard Ryan and Edward Deci outlined a theory of human motivation that says we need competence, relatedness and autonomy to thrive.
Learning is what happens when your brain creates new neural pathways. This makes it easier for information to travel from one region of the brain to another.
YOUR GUIDE TO:
THE SCIENCE OF BEHAVIOUR CHANGE
In this guide, we uncover what cutting-edge neuroscience, educational psychology and pioneering cognitive research have to say about driving behaviour change.