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  • Karen Stone

Unleashing Organisational Transformation: A Behavioural Approach to Driving Performance & Culture Change

As an HR leader, you know all too well that lasting organisational change is a significant challenge. A staggering 70% of transformation efforts fail to deliver desired results or miss the mark entirely. Why? Most initiatives prioritise processes and systems over the key drivers of change: human behaviour and mindsets.

At the core of sustainable transformation lies a crucial truth: processes evolve faster than mindsets, and systems shift long before culture. In our haste to achieve outcomes, we often overlook the very people meant to sustain that change over time.

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My Brain has Too Many Tabs Open

The Paradigm Shift: Putting People First

My behavioural science-based methodology flips the conventional approach by putting people at the forefront of every engagement and culture change. I begin by asking: "How can we foster buy-in across the workforce and equip employees with the desired behaviours to drive successful change?"

The Foundation: Understanding Behaviour

Advances in behavioural psychology have unlocked powerful insights into what truly motivates employees beyond traditional incentives. By leveraging neuroscience principles and evidence-based tools, I reliably enable lasting behaviour change, making transformation efforts "sticky" and irresistible.

Moreover, I empower organisations to build internal capabilities for sustaining long-term change initiatives without solely relying on external support.

The Practice: Co-Creating Habits for Success

My techniques help identify the essential micro-habits that seed transformation. By consistently triggering and reinforcing these tiny behaviours, we transform employee muscle memory until new ways of working become second nature — a natural "pull" rather than an external "push."

Through collaborative and action-orientated workshops, we align on the necessary mindsets, emotions and actions required to foster your desired workplace culture and performance outcomes. The result? A truly human-centric approach to change, baked in from the very start.

Key Takeaways:

  • Behavioural science principles for driving lasting change

  • Fostering employee buy-in and enabling desired behaviours

  • Identifying and reinforcing transformative micro-habits

  • Collaborative, human-centric approach to organisational change


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