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.