Learning to Flourish helps give people the power to make their organisations prosper using performance psychology.
Organisations all seek better performance by motivating their staff, engaging them with change and nurturing leadership. Learning to Flourish’s DRIVE performance psychology model helps staff overcome hurdles – fear of mistakes, a lack of shared vision and a loss of self-agency – that prevent individuals from driving organisational performance themselves.
Using this methodology, Learning to Flourish works with businesses, schools and the NHS. All our services are available in-person and online via video conferencing and our web tool suite.
Our proposition runs counter to management consultancy ‘development’ offerings which identify deficits in the performance of organisational teams and seek to address weaknesses in people. Individuals find this approach profoundly un-motivating which limits the success of these interventions.
Learning to Flourish flips interventions on their head by helping individuals figure out the best ways to raise performance themselves by understanding their psychological inventory of signature ‘strengths’ which motivate them.
Our approach has eight key elements that informs what we do and how we do it.