In this interactive workshop, we will explore the concept of nudging and how it can contribute to developing healthier and more sustainable habits at work and at home. At the end of the session you 1) will know what nudging is and how it can complement other motivational tools, 2) you will be able to distinguish for which situations nudging is an effective approach and 3) have received an introduction into the “BOOST model of behavior change” so you can start designing effective nudges yourself.
Join us, 9 AM San Francisco / 12PM New York / 17:00 London / 18:00 Berlin
Dr. Christina Gravert is an assistant professor at the University of Copenhagen with a Ph.D. in economics from Aarhus University. She is the co-founder and Chief Behavioral Economist at Impactually – A Behavioral Science Management Consultancy. She conducts research on why good intentions often do not translate into the desired actions. Her research involves active collaborations with companies, non-profits, and the public sector, using large-scale datasets and experiments. Her research findings have been published in several, leading academic journals and have been featured in the media. In 2019, Christina was named one of Denmark’s 100 young business leaders. Christina is a frequent speaker and workshop leader on nudging for behavior change and has trained hundreds of practitioners in developing behavioral interventions. She aspires to increase the welfare of individuals and society through behavioral insights and evidence-based decision making.
(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm New York Time