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Training by anchoring behaviours

L'anchoring behaviours eveloping skills and knowledge is a very effective method of acquiring new skills. The Fifty platform helps workers in companies to progress in their careers using this technique, which ensures a real increase in skills through targeted actions.

Anchoring: from conditioning to inspiration

Anchoring consists of associating a stimulus with a behaviour. Basically, it is about triggering a reaction from a given situation. This reaction may be conscious or not. Proust's madeleine is a very strong example of anchoring, when the little cake associated with tea evokes a whole world of the narrator's childhood.

In neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) theanchoring of behaviours The classical method aims to introduce rituals. The example of the Pavlovian dog, which learns to associate the sound of a bell with the arrival of food, represents the mechanism well. At first, the sound of the bell means nothing to the animal. Later, the food is presented to the animal and the bell is rung at the same time. After several repetitions, the sound of the bell alone is enough to make the dog salivate, as it is associated with the idea of food.

In everyday life, there are many anchors that elicit automatic responses, such as stopping (behaviour) at a red light (stimulus). In personal development, anchoring helps to develop more positive behaviour, for example by using the anchor as an inner resource. Its evocation helps to overcome certain stressful situations (e.g. public speaking, completing an exceptionally difficult task).

Thus, theanchoring of behaviours is not necessarily the result of conditioning work. The subject can also do the work himself or herself consciously in order to create the positive associations that will serve to adopt a behaviour that is better adapted to the set objectives. In the field of training, anchors help to retain knowledge in the long term and to assimilate the human skills necessary for better performance.

Fifty, an educational platform focusing on behaviour

Fifty constitue un dispositif innovant, qui propose une formation en situation de travail pour les collaborateurs en entreprise. Cette plateforme digitale se distingue par les outils utilisés : elle combine l’approche Nudge à l’intelligence artificielle.</p>

Nudge, theorised by the economist Richard Thaler, is a method of encouraging action without resorting to coercion or sanctions. It has proven successful with users of public services, reducing many expenses by inspiring more responsible behaviour.

The Fifty platform is about establishing a lasting anchoring behaviour The aim of the Fifty platform is to establish a sustainable learning path for learners through daily activities. These micro-actions are individualised with the help of AI, in order to create personalised paths according to each employee's profile. The method helps learners to effectively integrate new technical skills and, above all, the human skills or "soft skills" that are important for their career development.

Fifty is intended for workers and provides an observable increase in skills within the framework of the current skills development plan. The latter requires training that meets specific professional objectives and that is carried out in production conditions. Fifty fulfils these various conditions, with quantifiable results in real time.