Design your Culture:
The Transformative Power of Habits in the Workplace
A Four-Week, Virtual Workshop
Design the conditions of your company to empower employees to thrive through the practice of positive habits. In this workshop participants will gain insight into the habits that matter most for their organizations; they will learn the habit adoption formula for change; learn how to apply influence methods; assess your capacity for change and set basic measures.
Hanlie Van Wyk
Culture change Expert, Systems Strategist, Personal Change Coach, Author
This program is valid for 1.5 PDCs toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification. This program is designated for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) and/or Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES) to receive up to 1.5 total Category I contact education contact hours. The National Wellness Institute (NWI) has approved the Wellness Council of Wisconsin (WCWI) to provide 1.5 Category 1 Continuing Education Credit (CEC) hours for NWI certification holders.
View Recording! Becoming a Change Agent
Live Webinar: Wednesday, June 10 at 3:00 PM
Speaker: Hanlie Van Wyk, Culture Change Expert, Systems Strategist, Personal Change Coach, Author
WCWI is excited to partner with Change Craft and speaker Hanlie Van Wyk, Culture Change Expert to bring a virtual series of workshops that will help us explore the canvas of your company culture through the role of habit. Join us for this Q&A webinar with Hanlie to be introduced to the influence methods for sustained practice of healthy habits and how to use the four powers and four contexts to support your people. You will leave feeling excited to become a change agent in your organization as you enrich your understanding of applying influence methods to your change ready environment.
Learning Outcomes and Objectives:
1. Design your wellness culture and apply influence methods for sustained practice of healthy habits.
Contexts refer to the environments in which your life unfolds, including physical and virtual surroundings, the people you interact with, the rules that govern those interactions, and the way that we perceive the world. These contexts are essentially hidden in plain sight – all around us, but really difficult to identify. Contexts form the backdrop of our daily lives, powerfully but invisibly influencing our thoughts, decisions and actions. Essentially it’s the canvas for your company culture.
2. Learn the Habit Adoption Formula for Change.
To help people practice habits, you must consider the Habit Change Formula: Capability + Motivation > Barriers + Temptation Understanding the Habit Change Formula will help you set up conditions for change within the Four Contexts using the Four Powers.
3. Assess capacity for change.
If you agree that the habits of your employees create the future of your organization, then manifesting your vision requires that your employees have the right mindsets and perform the right behaviors. Will the existing employee behaviors and mindsets help achieve your organization’s vision and goals? Contrast your desired employee archetype with your status quo archetype. Does anything stand out to you? Is anything missing? Are there existing behaviors you can amplify immediately?
4. Gain insight into the Habit Prescriptions for what matters most in your organization.
Which habits matter most for your company? In order to make habits easy to practice, we need to make sure they are clear, actionable and specific. That’s where Habit Prescriptions come in. Dose Value Habit Prescriptions are designed to maximally achieve a variety of valued outcomes in a specific manner.
About Hanlie Van Wyk:
I am a behavioral change expert, systems strategist, author, and PhD candidate for Hate Crime Studies. My fascination with human behavior started while growing up in South Africa. From working to prevent hate crime to humanizing the workplace, my career spans three decades and four continents researching and applying behavioral change strategies to some of the most challenging behavioral problems. As director and change at Change Craft
(powered by Behavioral Research and Applied Technology Laboratory
). I study, develop and apply agnostic systems and practices that make change sticky and results in high performing individuals and cultures.
Learn more: https://www.hanlievanwyk.com/biocontact