Behavioural Science at Work Conference & Workshop 2018

2-3 October 2018 | Kensington, London

Thank you for attending the Behavioural Science at Work Conference and Workshop on 2-3 October 2018, Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London

Unlocking potential with behavioural science

The secret to unleashing your workforce’s potential lies in their behaviour. Understanding human needs, what makes people tick and why we behave the way we do is the key to identifying where change needs to happen in order to transform a stress-filled, uninspired, faltering workforce into a happy, motivated and high-performing one.

Evidence shows that a bespoke working culture tailored to its humans and their requirements directly results in engagement, productivity and a profitable return on investment. Applying behavioural science theory to your initiatives and practices can set up your organisation for effective meaningful design in all aspects. In essence, knowing your humans makes for a happier, healthier world from the front-line to the CEO.

The CIPD Behavioural Science at Work Conference and Workshop 2018 will provide you with a deeper understanding of how the brain functions at work, what triggers and motivates work behaviours, how different people react to stress and why neurodiversity amongst employees will give you a competitive advantage in your field. This knowledge will help you to shape your HR functions with your people in mind to drive productivity and promote a healthy well-being culture. The workshop will be fundamental in equipping you with the skills to transfer your expertise into practical solutions for a balanced, calming and productive working environment.


Day 1
02 Oct 2018
Day 2
03 Oct 2018
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Jonny Gifford

Chair’s opening remarks

Louise Mayhew
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Louise Mayhew

A successful partnership – HR’s collaboration with behavioural science

Ross Archer
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Ross Archer

Morning networking and coffee break

Hilary Scarlett123
Hilary Scarlett

How to manage your mental energy to maximise your productivity at work


Networking lunch

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April Williams

Panel discussion: Do bonus and recognition schemes lead to unethical behaviours?

Ian Iceton123
Ian Iceton

Increasing neurodiversity in recruitment for competitive advantage


Afternoon networking and coffee break

Gary Butterfield123
Gary Butterfield

Moving beyond fruit and fitness to create a holistic approach to well-being

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Jonny Gifford

Interactive reflection

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Jonny Gifford

Chair’s closing remarks

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Gary Luffman

Workshop: Applying behavioural science to nurture a brain-friendly culture and inspire high performance

Meet the speakers


Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London
4-18 Harrington Gardens, Kensington, London, SW7 4LH