Modelling Behaviors

14.modelling behaviors

Behavioural modelling is the study of how people can replicate performance that lead to desired outcomes. In other words is the study of what accounts for the results people achieve and entails a detailed observation of the technicalities of competencies. The process of any outcome requires a sequence of thoughts, behaviours, skills, beliefs, values and other attitudinal qualities that people use to do what they do.

Behavioural modelling is used to decode the “mechanics” of thinking, feeling and performing when doing something exceptionally well or the opposite. This methodology has a wide range of application in almost every aspect of life (e.g. replicate business results, athletes achievements, personal empowerment, therapy etc.) and is based on learning through imitation. Once a behaviour leading to a desired outcome has been decoded, is carefully copied and applied through imitation to another person or condition, allowing fine tuning and adjustments when necessary.

Key benefits

  • Better control over your outcome
  • Allows flexibility and high calibre results
  • Experiential learning
  • Phenomenal results with scarce sources

With the completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Elicit a behaviour
  • Utilize elicitation results
  • Attain goals using limited resources
  • Recognize the pathway which may require fine-tuning for better results

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