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An Introduction to Changing Behaviours

  • By: The Learning Architect
  • Duration: 20 minutes
  • Price: £10 (Bulk discounts available)

Most of us would admit to harbouring a bad habit or two, yet we remain largely unaware that as much as 90% of our behaviour might have become subconsciously habitual. That would be great news if our habits were all good, but becomes less appealing when they are bad or unhelpful ones!

In this course, an Introduction to Changing Behaviours, best-selling author and leading authority on resilience and behavioural agility, Liggy Webb, teaches us how we can rewire our brains to form new neural connections, freeing ourselves from pre-learnt behaviours to bring about positive change.

A value added discount applies if you purchase this module along with An Introduction to Resilience and An Introduction to Personal Agility from The Learning Architect’s Personal Growth Suite of modular courses.

An Introduction to Changing Behaviours

Objectives

After completing the course, learners will be able to:

  • Be aware of how habits and behaviours form
  • Understand the psychological habit loop
  • Identify and focus on what you want to change
  • Set yourself an action plan to make positive behavioural changes

Topics

Topics explored in this course, An Introduction to Changing Behaviours:

  • Challenges with changing behaviour
  • Understanding habits
  • Forming new habits
  • Identifying behaviours & motives to change
  • Rewiring neural pathways
  • Recognition & reward

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