Tom Cornwall
Thomas Cornwall is the Director of Behave, London’s creative behavioural practice. He is one of the leading behavioural practitioners, having advised brands, ad agencies, start-ups, the British Government, the UN and others on creativity, innovation and behaviour change.

His work has been featured in media internationally - Huffington Post, PRWeek etc - and has collaborated with the innovative TED platform.

Entries by Tom Cornwall

The New Creative Revolution

(0) Comments | Posted 25 January 2016 | (01:48)

It's happening in Canada, New Zealand, Tanzania and the UK. Where it's being used to half the risk of death in hospitals...with a simple check-list.

It's happening in the US. Where it's being used by an online retailer to add...

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How To Relax: The New Two-Minute Method

(2) Comments | Posted 16 July 2013 | (00:25)

Hands up if you wish you could get just a little break from the rush-rush-rush? In a world as fast-paced and distracted as ours has become, how can we still take the time in our day to relax a little? By the end of this article you'll be in the...

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Think SMUTTY: The 6 Steps To Achieving Your New Years Resolutions

(1) Comments | Posted 3 January 2013 | (01:57)

We all do it once a year. And when we do, we do it with the best intentions but how often do we actually achieve what we set out to? I'm talking of course about New Year's Resolutions.

After recovering from yesterday's obligatory New Year's Day hangover maybe you...

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How to Avoid the Next Great Resource Disaster

(0) Comments | Posted 18 November 2012 | (03:17)

At the end of a week when BP were fined $4.5 billion for the Deepwater Horizon disaster, attention should turn to avoiding the continuation of another waste of natural resources; human potential. Because every day thousands more barrels are being wasted by the promotion of a pursuit of happiness through...

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How to Be Happy: The Surprising Truth

(12) Comments | Posted 16 November 2012 | (00:00)

Happiness. We all want it and yet it seems as to elude so many of us - no matter how hard we try to pursue it. According to a recent poll by the Office for National Statistics just 32% of people in the UK reported high levels of happiness

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