BEHAVIOURAL LEADERSHIP: POSITIVE INTERACTIONS, PRODUCTIVE DECISIONS

Behavioural Leadership utilises the latest research into people-centred management¹. It integrates concepts from Transactional Analysis and Behavioural Economics. It enables individuals and teams to map behavioural situations and identify exits routes from vicious circles. Our Behavioural Leadership approach uses experiential learning and Transactional Learning & Coaching to deliver behavioural breakthroughs.

Behavioural Leadership is built on 20 years experience of pixelfountain working in a variety of sectors. We develop creative solutions to develop people and organisations including the design, development and delivery of  collaborative learning simulations.

We challenge organisations to put people at the heart of their plans. And we focus on productivity and efficiency improvements supporting you to:

  • Transform individual, team and company performance.
  • Create long term, sustainable changes in mind-set, behaviours and working relationships.
  • Enable positive and genuine interactions that lead to effective decision making.

I can now see the bigger picture and see how we can collaborate to improve and be more honest person to person. Head of Department M&S

It has increased our awareness of ourselves and others and given us confidence that we can make changes and take personal and collective responsibility for solving problems. Senior Manager AB World Foods

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¹ See our Project-HCM research project undertaken with University of Chester and UK Commission for Employment & Skills.

BEHAVIOURS & BUSINESS PERFORMANCE

BENEFITS

•  Positive dialogue and mindset reducing issues & supporting growth.
•  Increased leadership & management competence.
•  Improved team/supply chain effectiveness based on trust & respect.

•  Empowered, motivated and productive teams & individuals.
•  Improved decision making.
•  Reduced  stress, absenteeism and staff churn.

 

OUR BEHAVIOURAL PROGRAMMES – KEY WORK STREAMS

Driving behavioural based improvements inside and outside the organisation:

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