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Lessons in Behavioural Change

28 October 2019 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
London
This event is free and open to BPS members and the general public. Registration is required. See Pricing Tab for more information.
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Registration deadline: 22 October

What lessons can we learn from other disciplines to inform behaviour change?

By looking at ideas and models from the areas of behavioural safety and education, we will review what lessons there are that can be applied to pro-environmental behaviour change.

British Psychological Society
30 Tabernacle Street
London
EC2A 4UE

Event Location: 
13:30 Registration
14:00 Lessons from Behavioural Safety Management
15:00 Lessons from Education
16:00 Lessons learned? What can we learn from elsewhere to apply to our organisations and beyond?

 

Speaker details

Kiran Kaur
This presentation will run through a consultant’s journey of cultural and behavioural change in organisations within several industries. Specifically speaking around the importance of leadership, behavioural changes, lessons learnt, challenges and the tools that were used to support the change. By the end, the audience will understand how to instigate change and apply the learnings in order to increase pro-environmental behaviours in their organisations.

Ben Cuddon

Ben is a teacher and climate change educator. After studying History (Edinburgh) and Middle Eastern Studies (Harvard), he did a PGCE at Cambridge University to become a History teacher. He taught in London schools for two years before setting up Climate Ed, a charity delivering specialist climate education to children. He is also a trained facilitator with Carbon Conversations, a carbon reduction scheme.

With Climate Ed Ben teaches children about the science of climate change and supports them to take action. He is going to talk about:
- The communication strategies he teaches children when they do street outreach to engage the public.
- The ways he gets children to conceptualise the problem of climate change in order to make it meaningful to them, their families and communities.

Jan Maskell
As an Occupational Psychologist, Jan applies the science of psychology to environmental management in organisations helping them to implement pro-environmental behaviour changes.
 

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