How can we better motivate people to cultivate change?
Join the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) and the British Psychology Society's Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP) to explore case studies and techniques of how core values influence behaviour.
With our shared understanding, our professions can work together to harness this understanding to drive change.
Please see the programme tab for further information.
BPS London Office,
30 Tabernacle Street,
Nearest tubes: Moorgate (Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City and Northern (City branch) lines) and Old St (Northern Line (City branch)).
Come along to hear from leading industry experts, including:
Penny Walker, FIEMA and author of Volume 1 of IEMA’s Sustainability in Practice guides ‘Change Management for Sustainable Development’. Penny is a coach and facilitator specialising in helping sustainable development change agents to be more effective. Penny will be introducing some ways of thinking about behaviour change which you can practice using during the day,
Andrew Simms - political economist, environmentalist, campaigner, co-founder of the New Weather Institute, and Fellow of the New Economics Foundation (NEF), where he was policy director for over a decade. He writes for The Guardian, broadcasts with the BBC World Service and was described by New Scientist as 'a master at joined-up progressive thinking’. His book, ‘Cancel the Apocalypse: the New Path to Prosperity’, is a manifesto of new economic possibilities,
Simon Jordan, author, speaker, activist and coach. Simon is a branding and design consultant working with coaches and consultants from all over the globe helping them to build profitable and powerful brands. Simon is also the founder of ‘One Planet One Place’ inspiring people to escape the busy world, become present and fall in love with life again,
Vincent Neate, experienced business leader and relationships expert, will present on managing relationships through change to explore how, we embark on a change programme, we put relationships under immense strain and must learn to manage new and changing relationships. Vincent will outline the Relational Thinking model and how it helps you maintain all your business relationships from the 'case for change' all the way through to settling in to the 'new normal',
Jan Maskell, Chartered Psychologist, Registered Occupational Psychologist, member of BPS and Practitioner member of IEMA. Jan runs the Division of Occupational Psychology's (DOP) Going Green Working Group, and will explore how we can use a greater understanding of psychology to further our message tackling climate change,
Nick Blyth, Policy Lead at IEMA and members of IEMA’s Climate Change Steering Group will also join the conference.
If you have any queries regarding this event please contact Jan Maskell, quoting 'DOP - GGWG- Change-May18', at: