Learn why people behave the way they do and how you can change it

  • Our 3-hour workshop provides key insights into human behaviour in a format that’s accessible, practical, and relevant to your organisation

  • Designed by world-leading Neuroscientist, Professor Joel Pearson, and Workplace Psychologist, Annaliese McGavin, we will teach you and your team the key scientific fundamentals and the core skills required to start “nudging” better behaviours in your organisation

  • Get hands-on experience using powerful behavioural nudges to improve safety, reduce wasted resources, save money, and increase efficiency in your organisation

  • Learn the power of measuring your initiatives to determine true ROI

  • Our workshop is based only on demonstrable, evidence-based concepts & is backed by world-leading university, UNSW

Annaliese running our workshop at Lendlease in Sydney
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“It opened our eyes to the many important possibilities and opportunities a deeper understanding of human behaviour, neuroscience and nudges can offer to business.”

— Emma Georgiou, Lendlease

Start Nudging Better Behaviours in Your Organisation with our Behavioural Nudges Workshop

To learn how to use small, evidence-based changes to improve safety, increase productivity, and reduce costs in your organisation, get in touch!

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What are Behavioural Nudges?

A nudge is a way of subtly influencing others’ behaviours in predictable ways. Understanding the science of effective nudges can help your organisation to increase productivity, reduce expenditure, improve safety, grow revenue, boost sales and decrease wasted time.

Behavioural Science, which underpins effective nudges, is the study of how our cognitive processes determine our behaviour, including how we interact with each other and the world around us. Research tells us that our cognitive processes are biased, but these biases cause us to interact with the world in some predictable ways. To reliably and strongly nudge the way people make decisions and behave, you need an understanding of these cognitive biases and how the brain works.

To help your organisation gain a better understanding of nudging and reap the vast benefits of behavioural nudges, you need a team of experts who understand the science and your industry. Get in touch to learn more!