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In the lead up to Communicate 2017, this exciting, new, one-day event takes a focused look at behavioural science:

Understanding how people think, feel and respond to information is vital to successfully communicating environmental issues and influencing positive change. Join expert researchers and communications practitioners using behavioural sciences to explore and influence a shifting landscape of echo-chambers, divisive opinions and fake news.

Discuss, debate and build a vital communications toolkit for the coming year using new insights into behavioural psychology and sociology.

Cost: £60 +VAT (booking closes Friday 29 Sept)

Save £15 on Changing Minds: Tools from behavioural science when you book alongside your FULL or ONE DAY delegate pass to Communicate 2017.

 

Full programme and to register here: http://www.bnhc.org.uk/communicate/changing-minds-tools-behavioural-science/