We strengthen skills and capabilities, putting people at the centre of change, for greater adaptability, connection and resilience.
Brain-friendly habits and ways of working support mindset and behavioural shift, strengthening the ability to embrace change.
Modular and experiential in nature our memorable, sticky learning experiences are tailored to suit different needs and time requirements.
All learning content is designed to strengthen the skills, capabilities, and habits necessary to thrive within a changing, fast-moving, agile environment.
The Brain-Friendly Change Programme
Stay Well, Perform Well, Think Well, Engage Well and Change Well can be accessed as one holistic programme (all modules) or as stand-alone (single module) components of the programme.
“Working with Minerva, I was particularly impressed that, when the scope of work changed, they were able to react quickly and adapt. They weren’t fazed at all”
“The Minerva team provided
us with the means to identify and tackle challenges of rapid growth and help maintain positive mental health and wellbeing for all our people as we grow”
Group HR Director CPMS
“The team is amazing. Just phenomenal people. They know their craft and they’re fun to work with. They had a desire to really please the customer. I couldn’t have imagined a better working relationship with anyone.”
Think Differently, Adapt Faster
A Human-CenTred Approach
Our human-centred approach to change and transformation integrates existing excellence in business change with the best from the behavioural and social sciences, impacting mindset, energy and behaviour for sustainable high performance and wellbeing.
We are experts in Human-Centred Change.
We specialise in working with teams and individuals to release internal energy, cultivate resilience and adapt faster.
Our multi-disciplinary team partners with organisations to educate, support and coach the mindset, emotion and behaviours essential for continued productivity and wellbeing in a changing world.
We are 30 times more likely to laugh with others than when alone, another reason why staying connected and engaged is so important to performance and wellbeing.
In this blog Deborah Hulme explores how to encourage sleep and discusses the surprising role of sunlight for better sleep and improved personal energy.
In this blog, Deborah Hulme discusses insights from our colleagues in the neuroscience community and how the brain is revealing the secrets of sustainable behavioural change, performance, motivation, and engagement.