Behaviour Change for Energy Reduction in the Workplace
Are you a sustainability professional or green champion working to reduce energy usage in your organisation?
Do you have net-zero or energy reduction targets to meet?
Do you need to get the rest of the organisation on board but are struggling with engaging people?
It can be frustrating when you have deadlines, targets and reports to right and you feel like it is just you.
Applying Behaviour Change principles could help you:
- Understand the barriers and frictions to energy reduction
- Identify the motivators and levers for change
- Communicating in ways that engage them without needing to mention the environment
Join Sustainability and Behaviour Change Consultant, Livvy Drake for this 1.5 hour online workshop, where she will show you how behaviour change principles can transform your energy reduction approach with tools that are not just expensive retrofitting.
You will learn about:
- Tried and tested mechanisms used in other workplaces
- Behavioural science frameworks to use as checklists for your ideas and interventions - COM- B Model
This will be an interactive workshop with time for you to apply the concepts to your own energy reduction challenges
Recording and slides are available if you can't join live.
To make these sessions accessible there is tiered pricing with suggestions for different types of organisations. Thank you for paying the price point you can afford. This will support the scholarship places and the charity that is receiving 10% of the proceeds.
Live Energy Reduction session
+ Pre-recorded 1.5 hour Behaviour Change Theory training (Worth £59)
- Corporate = £79
- SME’s & Non-Profits = £59
- Solopreneur/Consultants = £49
Get more behaviour change insights from these recommended pre-records to get more impact in your workplace
RECOMMENDED PRE-WATCH RECORDINGS
Behaviour Change Theory for Environmental Changemakers (included with every order)
To get the most out of this workshop, it is recommended to watch the Behaviour Change Theory for Changemakers
recording so you have a grounding in the theory to apply in the live session.
Understanding your Audience's Behaviour
How can you change behaviour if you haven't walked in your audience's shoes? Watch the replay to understand how to segment your audiences and understand more about their motivations and barriers to change.
*Get this add-on for just £10 at checkout
Developing an Initiative
You will come away with practical tools used by designers and behavioural psychologists to get into the day-to-day lives of the people you want to engage and identify opportunities for interventions and communications
*Buy the bundle for £20 at checkout
Join the 6-month training programme: Behaviour Change for Sustainability Professionals
About the trainer
Trained over 871 changemakers
Lead Sidekick Livvy Drake has been working with the principles of behaviour change since 2015 when she started working on waste and plastics campaigns.
As a Sustainability practitioner, she identified that fellow sustainability leads and environmentalists were limiting the impact of their work by falling into the traps of assuming awareness raising was enough to drive change, or communicating their own values and drivers and being frustrated when others didn’t respond like they did.
Since 2018 Livvy has been delivering online and face-to-face behaviour change training. Clients include: Arla Foods, Chartered Institute of Waste Managers, Travel West, Staffordshire Business and Environment Network), Oxford Instruments Plasma, Bristol Waste, Bachy Solentoche
"Discussing different methods of engaging others to change their behaviour (for example giving people control over their thermostats, creating a public contest, giving recognition and public acknowledgement for those who engage), has made me look differently at how to enable others to save energy at work." Susanne Bearblock, Sustainability Consultant
10% to provide solar lights to communities around the world
Liter of Light is a global, grassroots movement committed to providing affordable, sustainable solar light to people with limited or no access to electricity, using readily available materials such as plastic water bottles.
There is a scholarship programme available for people working in grass-roots community organisations. Please email through the contact box to get a free place.