Our behaviour change process aligns to the neuroscience of how the human brain functions

We have helped people across a range of industries successfully sustain changing poor habits that were both inefficient and posed huge risks.

Behaviour change is hard, particularly when trying to change habitual dysfunctional behaviours that detract from people being collaborative and efficient.

Trying to sustain changing these habits is virtually impossible currently, due to the compounding impact of Busy Brain Syndrome (BBS).

However, once people understand how BBS impacts their behaviours and that it sabotages their efforts to change, things get a whole lot easier.

As behavioural neuroscientists we have spent 20 years finessing our unique behaviour change processes based on the neuroscience of how the brain actually functions.

Most importantly we have developed behaviour change sustainability tools that work. Without self-measurement and reinforcement change will NOT be sustained.

Our unique four step behaviour change process works with groups or one-on-one.

SELF-AWARENESS

BBS has reduced brain bandwidth by 60%, which is why it is so challenging to sustain changing dysfunctional or habitual behaviours.  AWARENESS is key to staying focused and sustain change.

SELF-CONTROL

BBS means people always feel out of control and unconsciously the brain tries to regain control leading to more stress.  We show people how to regain CONTROL and ‘respond’ rather than ‘react’.

SELF-RESPONSIBILITY

Once people feel back in control they stop reacting, take RESPONSIBILITY and focus on noticing their habitual dysfunctional behaviours. They are able to STOP, think and behave differently. 

SELF-REGULATION

A person who is SELF REGULATING has eradicated their dysfunctional behaviours, is a self-motivated achiever who always aspires to be a high performer contributing to the greater good.