Bringing about behavioural change to your organisation can be a tricky and costly enterprise. Imposing rules to create organisational change can work, but employees may feel dissatisfied or disengaged with the process. Nudge theory operates on the belief that small changes can bring about a significant impact on human behaviour. Whilst influential, nudging doesn’t force… Continue Reading
Well-being generally means to be comfortable, healthy and happy. When a company starts to develop a wellness framework this meaning is likely to be central to its design. When it comes to enjoyment of and participation in an average wellness framework, engagement levels can vary. Frustrating for the organisers for sure but why is that? … Continue Reading
A company that wishes to go beyond simply delivering a product or service is said to have a service mindset. To achieve this it has to care about the experience of all of its internal and external customers, prospects, potential stakeholders and local community and it must work to continuously enhance it. At Yogapal, we… Continue Reading
Our ‘always on’ culture, the increasing speed of modern technology and the general pace at which we expect each other to react now, can cause rash and emotional decisions and discussions in the workplace. At the desk or the meeting, we can practice fully attending to the exhale, gently following it all the way out… Continue Reading
Corporate Social Responsibility [CSR] – is defined in broad terms as a company’s attempt to improve society in some way. Why should a corporation be socially responsible? Well, why wouldn’t they? If a corporation is not delivering and creating services and products that serve the long term needs of the people and communities in which… Continue Reading
We were delighted to feature Yogapal in the Autumn 2018 edition of the Enterprising Women Network e-zine, link here.