Most leadership and manager development programs revolve around a false assumptions: if managers know it then they do it. We all can witness that it is not true. In fact, training and education is a low impact response to a business problem.
Behavioural science research studies have provided evidence that there are more efficient ways to cover the knowing-doing gap and increase the likelihood of behavioural change, which is probably the most relevant KPI of leadership development initiatives.
Our People Management Fundamentals program was designed to support managers in changing their behaviours, work routines and people management habits in those areas that have the highest impact on employee engagement.