The turmoil of 2020 has forced organisations to undertake wide-spread strategic and operational transformation, leaving HR leaders with the challenging task of ensuring that their people shift with the same pace and agility.

Covid, plus other significant social events such as the shocking death of George Floyd and growing support for the Black Lives Matter movement, have changed what it takes to be an effective leader. But we all know that change is hard, so there's a real risk that leaders miss the opportunity to shift back to better. Preventing people from reverting back into old ways requires intervention based on an understanding of the psychology of shift.

Our Leadership Shift playbook distils decades of behaviour change research into an illuminating guide for HR leaders looking to achieve rapid and sustainable changes in how their leaders and critical talent operate, including:

  • Old habits die hard - creating receptivity to change
  • Ensuring good intentions turn into action
  • Leveraging the behavioural drivers hidden in your work environment
  • Fighting muscle memory - making changes stick

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Our Leadership Shift playbook distils decades of behaviour change research into an illuminating guide for HR leaders looking to achieve rapid and sustainable changes in how their leaders and critical talent operate, including:

  • Old habits die hard - creating receptivity to change
  • Ensuring good intentions turn into action
  • Leveraging the behavioural drivers hidden in your work environment
  • Fighting muscle memory - making changes stick

Talent continues to be seen by most CEOs as a key business risk and as of November 2020 features in their top 3 concerns

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