Minimising Risk and Maximising Wellbeing: Behavioural Evidence for Organisations

  • Event: Minimising Risk and Maximising Wellbeing: Behavioural Evidence for Organisations
  • Date: 01/07/2021
  • Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Venue: Online, Session, Via Zoom,
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Description

Please note: Webinar date changed to 1st July!

Covid-19 has forced everyone is society to change their behaviours.

What further changes will we need to make & what more can we do to keep people safe?

How can we help people to re-engage with society while minimising infection risk?

How can we enhance wellbeing in a world with less face-to-face communication?

 

These are just some of the issues behavioural scientist, Professor Pete Lunn, founder and head of the Behavioural Research Unit (BRU) at the ESRI will discuss during this 1-hour webinar.

As a member of the Behavioural Change Subgroup of NPHET and the Department of Health’s Communications and Behavioural Advisory Committee, Professor Lunn’s team have conducted multiple behavioural studies for the Department of Health and the Department of the Taoiseach, designed to support compliance with public health guidance and to improve public communication.

Through sharing his vast knowledge of how behaviours help to fight the spread of the coronavirus, Professor Lunn will set us, as individuals and businesses, on a course that will enable us to operate and live in a world that is and is now quite different to that which existed pre COVID-19.

This is a not-to-be missed webinar for everyone from a personal and business perspective.

Presenter

Professor Pete Lunn is the founder and head of the Behavioural Research Unit (BRU) at the ESRI. His primary area of study is how people make decisions that affect their financial, environmental and health outcomes. The BRU has pioneered the use of experimental methods for addressing policy problems in Ireland. Over the past year, Pete has sat on the Behavioural Change Subgroup of NPHET and the Department of Health’s Communications and Behavioural Advisory Committee. His team have conducted multiple behavioural studies for the Department of Health and the Department of the Taoiseach, designed to support compliance with public health guidance and to improve public communication.

 

This webinar is Free of Charge, but online booking is essential.

The link to join this webinar will be shared via email a day before the event.