Hi, we’re Able.
We are strong advocates for mindfulness as an essential path to a fulfilling, productive and healthy work life. Research shows that mindfulness is highly effective in improving leadership, creativity and productivity.
Evidence Based Approach
Our approach to human development is based on the latest research in behavioural science, leadership development and mindfulness. Our team includes organisational psychologists and our founder & chairman holds a PhD in organisational and human development.
Make Coaching Accessible to All
Coaching is one of the most effective methods of encouraging behaviour change and improved productivity in the workplace. Our goal is to widen the reach of coaching with the support of technology, making it accessible to all, so that whole organisations can move forward together.
Measurable Impact & ROI
It is traditionally difficult to measure the impact of Learning & Development interventions on an ongoing basis. With Able we include low touch, pre-program, ongoing and post-program assessment so that you can continually measure the impact of Able on your team’s productivity and behaviour.
Learning to Being
Learning about new skills is only the beginning. Real impact is achieved through regular practice, gradually turning knowledge into a way of 'being'.
"I had the opportunity to be coached through Integral’s digital coaching service and found it very beneficial. My coach provided me with tips, tricks and different perspectives that helped me to navigate a difficult part of my career. I liked that I could talk or meet with my coach in flexible ways so that we could keep the momentum going."
Daniel, Senior Learning and Development Specialist
Evidence Based Approach
Able employs a blended approach to human development and is based on the latest research on the impact of digital behavior change interventions (DBCIs). Review some of the peer-reviewed studies to learn more about the research that supports our program design.
Impact of Coaching & Return on Investment
Research on coaching consistently shows it has a high impact on performance, but traditionally is very expensive.
Research by the City University of New York shows that the use of training alone increased performance on a specific task by 22.4%, but when combined with coaching performance increased by 88%.
Traditional Training and L&D Programs aren’t effective
Research by Eduardo Salas, an organizational psychology professor at Rice University, shows that “by the time you go back to your job [after completing a training program], you’ve lost 90% of what you’ve learned.”
Digital Preventative Health show an alternative way
Digital therapeutics are beginning to achieve meaningful Return on Investments and sustainable outcomes. We believe many of these methodologies can be effectively applied within the context of professional and leadership development to achieve meaningful, cost effective outcomes.
Omada achieves a ROI after 6 months and $1,300 cost savings in year 2 and a 30% reduction in risk of heart disease.
Mixed Methodology has greater impact
Research by the University of Sheffield on digital health interventions found:
that interventions that incorporated more behavior change techniques tended to have larger effects than interventions that incorporated fewer techniques.
Text messages were highly effective and used in several ways: to promote interaction with the intervention [4,5], send motivational messages (eg, reminders of the benefits of exercise ), challenge dysfunctional beliefs , or provide a cue to action .
Use of communicative functions, especially access to an advisor to request advice, also tended to be effective.
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