What is key to achieving lasting behavioural change? (workshop)
Monday 18 March – 9:30am – 12:45pm
Steps to Change: Putting People at the Heart of Transformation (Keynote)
Tuesday 19 March, 11:25am – 12:15pm
We will be facilitating a highly interactive learning session early on 18 March , as well as delivering a key note speech on 19 March.
Can a change programme ever deliver real change?!
Change within organisations is often viewed as a systematic, process-led operation to be executed, managed, delivered. Time and again though, major change programmes struggle to deliver the planned benefits, and have to be restarted or reinvigorated to achieve success. Why is this? What makes the difference between successful programmes that achieve the lasting behavioural change required, as well as the commercial benefits, and those that don’t?
The session on 18 March will be a highly interactive exploration, using drama and research, on what makes the difference between success and failure in behaviour change programmes. This will be a highly participative workshop, using drama to illustrate and engage delegates with the challenges of implementing large scale behaviour change (no acting required by delegates!).
Drawing on detailed qualitative research with senior programme leaders from global organisations, Gary Bates and Anita Day will present back the key findings in a keynote address on Tuesday 19 March. The session will allow attendees to explore the critical lessons for senior leaders in the context of delivering effective change programmes.
Were delighted to be working in partnership with the IRM on this event and hope to see you there!
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