Webinar: How to Bridge the Intention-Action-Gap: A Theory Informed Guideline for Rigorous Implementation

February 20, 2019 - 11:00am to 12:30pm

This webinar will illustrate how current behavioral theories and research results can be used to understand the intention-action gap as well as how practical coaching intervention methods can be derived. A distinction will be made between four consecutive, but not necessarily linear, steps with succession and repetition:

  1. Goal clarification
  2. Planning and contrasting
  3. Implementation intentions
  4. Implementation accompaniment

Participants will be provided with resources and guidelines on how to support their clients to rigorously implement behavior changes. Those who are interested can apply the model in their coaching practice; a follow-up seminar will be organized to further discuss the model and experiences with its application.

Presenter: Siegfried Greif
Host: Irina Todorova

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