Remote behavioural design sprint demo
The purpose of our “Shared Wisdom” series is to share existing or new tools to help our clients and contacts. This one-hour hands-on demo will share how to do behaviour change quicker, more agile and collaboratively, while working remotely.
Since lockdown, many teams have had to adapt to new remote and digital ways of working, as well as respond to rapidly changing customer and employee behaviours and needs. Being more agile and quicker to design behaviour change interventions through the use of digital tools and collaborative workspaces – in replace of in-person methods – has become essential.
Our Chief Behavioural Officer, Benjamin Buckby will share the latest behavioural design practices and digital tools to help you accelerate through the design-test-learn cycle to scale proven behavioural interventions in weeks – not months.
Benjamin has been working in the business of changing behaviour for over a decade, helping some of the biggest companies to apply the latest behavioural science and design thinking to increase their effectiveness across research, communications, experiences, product and service design. His experience in behavioural design spans the UK, Europe and Middle East with clients such as Diageo, HSBC, Centrica, Telefonica, Co-op, and Network Rail, amongst many others. He is a proud winner of a Nudge Award (the world’s first behaviour change awards), AURA Most Inspiring Agency Speaker Finalist, and Chair of the MRS Behavioural Science Summit.
Joining Benjamin will be Nakita Haland, Senior Behavioural Designer, who has a wide range of experience leading digital, cultural and behavioural change projects for clients such as WWF International, Compass Group, SEGRO, Education Scotland, and Essex County Council. She also delivers in-company behavioural design training for many of our clients and the Market Research Society (MRS), as well as leading on UX research and design sprints.
To join us on Thursday 7 October, 9:30am-10:30am. Sign up using the form below or email Elaine.Smith@corporateculture.co.uk.
Please note: we will be running this session digitally via Zoom.