Behaviour Change National Congress 2012
|Melbourne||Tuesday 23rd Oct 12 – Wednesday 24th Oct 12|
On 23-24th October, the Behaviour Change for Sustainability Congress was held at the Monash Law Chambers in Melbourne. This brought together a unique and diverse group of corporate and community leaders, policymakers, psychologists, social scientists, program implementers, and organisational experts to share and develop their expertise and understanding of individual and organisational sustainable behaviour change.
The 2012 program focused on behaviour change in practice. Real world case studies offered participants insight into what has worked and what hasn't in a number of projects - spanning different sectors, approaches and focus.
By sharing knowledge and stories and adopting a collaborative approach, we hoped that participants would leave with a better strategic relationship, and greater shared understanding of behaviour change for sustainability, further learning and implementation.
-How to reach past the converted
-Testing practical applications of behaviour change - What has worked/what hasn't
-Applying effective communication tools and strategy
-Developing insight into the psychology of change
-Evaluation - what is best practice and what can we learn?
-The latest tools, methods, research approaches to behaviour change
Based on extensive feedback from past attendees, the Congress combined presentations and structured discussion sessions, supported by web-based information, to support participants in further learning and implementation.
The event program is provided in PDF format. This allows you view and print it high resolution. You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view these file types.
The event blog contains downloadable papers and documents as well as an open Q&A forum for all your questions before or after the event.