Here’s some useful links to, what I hope will be, useful articles, blog posts, video’s and podcasts about Tiny Habits and the wider world of Behaviour Design.
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Benefits/outcomes of introducing Tiny Habits to your company culture:
1. Successful completion of the Tiny Habits coaching protocols will ensure you have a strong cohort of staff skilled in this state-of-the-art behaviour design methodology: (An increasingly important skill in all departments in all companies.) Participants who initially choose ‘personal’ in contrast to ‘professional’ Tiny Habits, such as stress-reduction, improved sleep, weight control, exercise and meditation, tend to bring these well-being improvements from their personal lives into their workplace and job function.
This not only enhances individual performance, productivity and personal well-being but will also have a ripple-out effect on team dynamics, with participants demonstrating and displaying positive new skills and traits that will be noticed/picked up by non-participant colleagues.
When employees discover a core competency in establishing Tiny Habits, they find the ability to expand the Tiny Habit into larger full blown habits is often an easy and systematic process.
Indeed a whole host of positive new behaviours can become an inevitable outcome. And a key, some would say magical component in their overall Learning and Development journey.
2. Tiny Habits can also play a role in your company recruitment and on-boarding protocols. For example, job applicants might be required to do a 5 day Tiny Habits course for the company to get a feel for their commitment to self-development, personal/professional interests and aspirations.
Indeed anybody, including existing employees, who do the Tiny Habits course will give HR valuable insights on employee skill-sets and commitment to self improvement.
A simple, single-page questionnaire sent out to participants at the end of each 5 day coaching period, [we’ve collated thousands of data points from these], will also give your company an accurate snapshot of the high-achievers in certain areas, the procrastinators/disengaged, and those middle-grounders who perhaps need help and supportive interventions.
3. Tiny Habits is a Meta-Skill. A core CPD competency. A skill-of-skills enabling those who know how to apply it’s principles, to nail and apply them to any, and all L&D training programmes. Irrespective of subject.
Learning is great. But if you don't know how to change your behaviour accordingly, and get yourself to then apply what you've learned in consistent action, then the learning investment for employer and employee will be wasted.
With this in mind, might an understanding of how to apply Tiny Habits be a precursor/minimum requirement prior to any training or coaching initiative? ~ In the service of delivering value for money in terms of the training budget, and higher outcomes for all?
4. 78% of people who do a Tiny Habits 5 day course report ‘increased or greatly increased’ confidence in creating good habits in the future.
72% of participants report that learning Tiny Habits led to other positive changes in their life. Anecdotally the following benefits have been reported after learning Tiny Habits: ‘Increased confidence’, ‘Enhanced ability to keep focussed’, ‘Improved communication patterns’, ‘Effective work routines’, ‘More productive….’, ‘…more in control,’ ‘…more organised,’ ‘Reduced stress…’, ‘Can control the architecture of my day’, ‘More consistent,’…’No longer feel overwhelmed.’
5. The provision of Tiny Habits training is a powerful signal to all staff that the company take an employee’s well-being seriously and is committed to providing the tools and opportunities to all in the service of richer more fulfilled lives.
6. A modern CPD system such as Tiny Habits may play a role in the retention of staff, if offered. Not simply because it is an effective method of self-development, but because of the added value, kudos and credibility afforded by the already widespread adoption of this methodology by many Silicon Valley tech companies, plus the halo-effect that would be enjoyed because of your association with, and adoption of the methods of the highly respected industry figure and Stanford Professor BJ Fogg PhD. (Mike, as a Tiny Habits certified and endorsed coach is in regular contact with BJ. This channel of communication ensure’s Mike is in receipt of BJ’s latest behaviour design thinking and implementations, and as such acts as conduit and source of new ideas and thinking directly from BJ Fogg at Stanford, direct to clients.)
7. BJ Fogg has recently secured a significant six-figure book deal. This will be one of the big stories in business book publishing next year. I speculate that any company who recognises and implements in the workplace, the potential of Tiny Habits early, will benefit from a halo effect of spotting this trend before it becomes a ’thing’ in business. See: https://www.thebookseller.com/news/fogg-descends-lbf-764621