The Behavioral Insights Team is hosting an exclusive workshop on how to promote behavioral science in your organization. Please join us in New York City on Monday July 18th to better understand the opportunities (and challenges) of applying Behavioral Science, including how to:
- Introduce and position behavioral science in your organization
- Identify the right opportunities & pilot projects
- Educate and persuade your colleagues and overcome reluctance
- Develop guidelines for ethical & effective use of behavioral science
- Build & grow a sustainable internal behavioral science resource
This live, in-person workshop will focus on application (rather than theory) and be designed to promote interaction and learning from other leaders facing similar challenges. Attendance will be limited and each participant will also benefit from a follow-up custom coaching session with the BIT Team.
Leaders will leave with a better understanding of how to build support and grow behavioral science capacity and impact within their organisations, along with an increased professional network.
The workshop will be most relevant and valuable for those in behavioral science leadership roles or those looking to incorporate behavioral insights within functional or policy areas (such as HR, Insights, Sustainability, DEI, Compliance, CX, etc.).
We welcome teams of 2-3 individuals from the same organization to attend this program together, if possible. Please note that this program assumes existing knowledge of behavioral science fundamentals, as these concepts are not covered during this course.
The workshop will be led by Scott Young (Principal Advisor & Head of Private Sector at BIT, Americas) and the faculty will also feature Dr. Michael Hallsworth (Director of BIT, Americas) and several other members of the BIT Team.
The investment for this program is $5,000 USD, which includes admission for a team of 2-3 attendees from the same organization, lunch and refreshments during the program and the follow-up coaching session.
Please complete this brief form to express your interest and request further information.