Self-Care X Humans Matter

The Human Factor Mural helps identify biases and other factors that slow us down in a change process, and start to think about how to reverse them. Despite a clear emergency to act, we often struggle to induce and sustain behavioural change. Changing is not simple. It does not depend solely on our individual or collective will. A number of human factors related to our skills, beliefs, emotions, cognitive biases or habits act as brakes or accelerators to change.

These human factors determine our ability to act. Becoming aware of them and scientifically measuring their influence on us induce action and sustainable behavioural change.

In this session, we focused on the topic of "self-care".