Accelerating diversity & inclusivity
How do you improve diversity and inclusivity within an organization in a sensitive but effective way? Our Tinytask program broke down barriers and started conversations.
These two insights – the importance of small steps and fitting them within a daily routine – are the two pillars Tinytask is built on. It is a 30-day program in which participants are given a daily assignment which is both fun and engaging but also very easy to fit into a daily routine. We currently offer four different programs, all based on thorough scientific research and extensively tested in real life.
Tinytask starts with a cool-looking calendar which can be hung up anywhere at home or at work. Each day the Tinytasker opens a window on it to reveal a colored token with the day’s task. They can snap the token onto their key ring or put it somewhere unmissable – so it’s both a task and a reminder in one. Research shows this is far more effective as a nudge than writing notes on paper or online. People also see the calendar as a nice gift to receive and so are immediately motivated to get started.
Illustrations made by Levi Jacobs.
Tinytask participants receive a beautiful calendar which gives them a small but challenging task to do every day. It’s a tried and tested method that works for all kinds of organizations.
A surprise and a challenge for yourself among all the hustle and bustle of daily life.
– Tinytask participant
Tinytask is suitable for anyone who wants to bring about change – whether that’s encouraging young mothers to live a healthier lifestyle, or because you are looking for creative breakthroughs within your organization. Anywhere, in fact, where the objective is for people to grow and flourish. Thanks to its visual style and clear language, Tinytask can be used by everyone.
Tinytask tasks are written using just a few short sentences. This makes them appear deceptively simple. But a lot of thinking and testing goes into every one and our Tinytask formula guarantees quality every time.
The formula is called ‘FEST’ which stands for:
In 2016, Desmet and Sääksjärvi published a study in which they had participants perform a daily Tinytask exercise for six weeks. After a few weeks, this group scored significantly higher on happiness (satisfaction with life) than the control group. In addition, Tinytask’s tactile form contributed to higher success rates compared to tasks just given on paper to the control group.
Tinytask is a very engaging program. People like to do it.
– General practitioner
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