Workplace behaviour change
Become an effective change maker in the workplace. For team leaders, managers and champions.
This intensive, hands-on one day workshop equips you to:
This workshop focuses on what it takes to influence the adoption of sustainable behaviours in the workplace.
It focuses on practical skills of team leadership, facilitation, project design and communication, illustrated with scores of case studies from Australian businesses.
The workshop was first developed for the Sustainability Advantage Program, Office of Environment and Heritage, NSW Government, and has since been delivered to champions and managers in scores of businesses in NSW and Victoria.
You'll understand how to mobilise the three components of staff motivation (a.k.a. "staff engagement"):
Inspiration: being given a chance to step up to interesting, challenging or worthwhile work, or praise for a work well done.
Autonomy: being trusted, asked and listened to, including contributing to significant decisions and being allowed to make their own decisions.
Enablement: equipping and support people to act through executive support, rewards, enjoyment, goals, feedback, and a buddy or a supportive team. In the case of executives it includes credible analysis of risk and return.
We also learn how to reduce denial and resistance by expanding people's comfort zones.
An enabling or empowering conversation creates a space for people to talk, positively, about what they would like to change and how that change could be achieved.
A journey to sustainability starts with a one new behaviour. We use a simple tool to identify where to start the journey to sustainability in a particular workplace.
A powerful collaborative tool for rapid project design.
How to create engaging communications that staff can't say "no" to.