The compliance industry is booming, but businesses still behave badly. That's because most solutions rely on an economist's view: i.e. how people should behave, not how they do. Behavioral science could hold the answer. Read Mind Gym CEO Octavius Black's recent contribution to Law.com.
When 85% of training participants fail to apply what they learn, it’s clear our approach to transfer needs to change. At Campbell Soup Company, a new, learner-centered method is paying dividends. Sebastian Bailey, Ph.D and co-founder of Mind Gym contributes regularly to Training Magazine. Read the full article here.
Entrepreneurs start businesses because they’re optimistic; they succeed if they’re also gritty. The ability to keep chasing long-term goals is a marker of success in all sorts of areas. Mind Gym co founder Sebastian Bailey shares three habits that will help build grit. Read his article here.
Instead of thinking ‘I wish I’d said’ or having a fiery confrontation, we need to learn how to respond appropriately and correctly to microaggressions. Mind Gym behavioural psychologist, Iain Smith, presents a refreshing technique, on how to take the sting out of microaggressions and restore a sense of inclusion. Read his article on the HR Director. This is the second instalment...
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