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We all make choices each day that affect our health; some are good (healthy) choices, while others may fall into the category of unhealthy. People focus on their health whether they’re experienced athletes, just looking to get in shape, or someone who may have medical reasons that require them to become healthier. When we look closely at our behavior—the things we say and do with regard to our health—we have a better understanding of how to build healthy habits and improve our life and the lives of those around us.
This interactive, self-paced eLearning course explains how to use the science of behavior to help guide you to a healthier and happier life. You will learn the five steps to building healthy habits and how to apply these steps to various aspects of healthy living. Practice activities are built in for each of these steps and cover a range of applications in areas of healthy living and social habits.
This course will guide you through a number of tips and tools based on the science of behavior, including how to:
Identify healthy and unhealthy behaviors linked to chronic medical diseases and wellness outcomes
Use the PIC/NIC Analysis® to help understand why certain behaviors occur more than others
Set goals that allow progress to be properly rewarded
Measure and evaluate performance
Identify new, healthier behaviors to replace old, unhealthy behaviors
This highly engaging eLearning environment delivers the knowledge and skills necessary to build healthy habits in your life and apply what you’ve learned to help those around you. Features include:
Carefully designed and programmed interactivity that ensures knowledge is assessed and retained via consistent and targeted exercises.
An intuitive interface, accessible on any computer or tablet, that allows learners to quickly move between modules and sections of a module, with ease.
Programming, design, and delivery based on the most effective behavioral and adult learning principles.
Learning tools and activities that complement multiple learning styles.
For more on strengthening habits and other effective behavioral tools for the workplace, read Performance Management: Changing Behavior That Drives Organizational Effectiveness.
To complement this course, you may also be interested in Behavioral Consequences, an eLearning course focused on the different types of behavioral consequences that are present within your various home, community, and workplace environments, and how each affects behavior.
You might also be interested in the book, Behaving Well, which gives a universal blueprint for building constructive behaviors that enable us to live our lives to the fullest.
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