Online workshop: Using Behavioural Economics to promote ‘better’ behaviour
Anyone involved in early years is keen to encourage others to behave more responsibly, socially, and positively. This can range from encouraging fathers to be more involved in parenting, to encouraging hygiene among children in coronavirus times, and persuading carers to act in ways that better support children’s development and learning.
One proven effective approach is to use techniques borrowed from decision science. These techniques combine psychological and neurological insights that demonstrate how you can affect people’s behaviours using simple powerful ‘nudges.’
ISSA and =mc Consulting offer this 6-hour online workshop to support organizations interested in using decision science to strengthen the impact of their programmes.
We will look at how to:
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Dates and time
The programme takes place on 16 & 18 June, 11.00-12.30 CEST and 14.30-16.00 on both days.
The workshop is FREE for members of ISSA, AfECN, ANECD and ARNEC. Non-members can join for £97,61 (incl. VAT).
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