Join the CIPD Behavioural Science at Work Conference 2022 — Applying an evidence-based approach to understand your people better

As the world changes and we face more uncertainty in our day-to-day lives, our working world is also affected. Understanding how people react and change in the face of uncertainty is at the crux of organisations’ ability to adapt to the changes in the people’s profession.

Be part of this exciting one-day experience and further develop your understanding of behavioural science. Gain practical insight to improve the effectiveness of workplace functions and the overall culture of your workplace.

Conference takeaways

  • Leverage behavioural science to support your people through changing times
  • Strength trust in your teams through new ways of working
  • Explore the positive impact of nurturing psychological safety for high-performing teams
  • Boost workplace inclusion and diversity through a behavioural science lens
  • Discover how behavioural science can help you improve your employee wellbeing

Join us in London or online on 22 September and explore how applied behavioural science can support you in developing effective wellbeing behaviour change interventions, including physical, mental and financial wellbeing.

 

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See the programme Discover the in-person and online attendee benefits

Day 1
22 Sep 2022
9:30 - 9:40 (GMT)

Chair’s opening remarks

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Colin Strong
Michelle Renecle
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Michelle Renecle

Masterclass: Strengthening trust in your team through new ways of working

11:00 - 11:30 (GMT)

Morning networking break

Carla Groom
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Dr Carla Groom

Presentation: Boosting individual productivity through self-development

12:50 - 13:50 (GMT)

 Networking lunch

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Antoine Ferrere

Presentation: The positive impact of nurturing psychological safety for high-performing teams

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Pam Banwait

Panel discussion: Workplace inclusion and diversity through a behavioural science lens

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Ciprian Arhire

Presentation: Turning difficult conversations into positive experiences

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Pam Banwait

Closing keynote: How can behavioural science help to improve your employee wellbeing?

Chair’s closing remarks

Meet the speakers

Tickets

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CIPD member

£595 

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Online
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*Early bird rate ends at 23:59 (BST) on 28 July 2022.

Learn together as a team

Group discounts are available on all tickets at the discounted and standard rate. Booking in groups of 3-5 are eligible for a 10% discount. Bookings of 6 or above are eligible for a 15% discount. Please contact cipdevents.tickets@haymarket.com to enquire.
 
Please note: ticket sharing is not permitted.

In-person or online conference - what can you expect?

In-person

Online

  • All conference sessions – in-person, at the venue
  • All conference sessions – online only
  • Speakers sharing the latest research, advice and case studies 
  • Speakers sharing the latest research, advice and case studies
  • A chance to ask the experts your questions in live Q&As
  • Online Q&A and networking opportunities
  • 1-2-1 and group face-to-face networking opportunities
  • Access to on-demand content online for 90 days*
  • Access to on-demand content online for 90 days*
 
  • Lunch and refreshments
 

*Subject to speaker discretion

Join the event in-person and benefit from:

  • Reconnecting with the community to build your network with like-minded professionals.
  • Discovering new opportunities: participating in lively in-person discussions is a great way to generate new opportunities and get help in refining your concepts and ideas.
  • Speaker insights: get your questions answered during live Q&As and discussions – nothing beats being there in the room. 
  • Stepping away from the day-to-day routine to be creative and explore new ideas.
  • Avoiding multitasking and staying more focused to truly make the best out of your experience.

Venue and Covid-19 measures

We are looking forward to reconnecting the people profession at face-to-face events. The CIPD and Haymarket Media Group (who deliver events on behalf of the CIPD) continue to follow the guidelines set out by the government and closely monitor the situation with regard to Covid-19 on a regular basis.

The health and safety of all attendees is our top priority. In the case that you are unable to attend, please contact your accommodation and/or travel provider directly to request a refund if possible.