Employee engagement: What does it take to change behaviours?


17 April 2018

Employee engagement: What does it take to change behaviours?  - edie.net
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Aligning corporate sustainability targets with individuals' motivations and behaviours can drive significant savings, but it is incredibly difficult to achieve. In this webinar, we explore how energy and sustainability managers can effectively engage with employees to bring about positive change.

It has been reported that UK firms could save as much as £1bn on their energy bills by changing the ‘energy behaviours’ of their employees, rather than relying on technical solutions. But engaging staff to deliver long-term savings can be a lot easier said than done.

Using real-experience case studies, this webinar will explore how energy and sustainability managers can solve the challenge of behaviour change. The one-hour session will provide you with expert tips and proven techniques to help you overcome some of the biggest barriers and most common pitfalls in delivering a successful behaviour change campaign.

Key discussion points

  • Empowering your people to make a difference: from the boardroom to the shop floor
  • The common mistakes that can cause behaviour change programmes to fail
  • Telling the right sustainability story, to the right people, at the right time
  • Measuring the successes, and failures, of behaviour change initiatives

Introduction and chair:

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Matt Mace

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Speaker:

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Vincent de Rul,

Director of Energy solutions, EDF Energy

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Rebecca Douglas

Energy Manager, Tesco

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Michael Lynch

Specialist Services, RBS

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