Behavioural Science of Workplace Wellbeing

Your Experience

Over two consecutive days, we’ll delve into the world of behavioural science and explore how we can take your organisation to the next level of success using an evidence-based approach to unlock the potential of your team. You will apply these scientific insights to critically analyse and design your ideal workplace.

  • Conceptual framework: Our expert faculty will help you explore the conceptual and empirical measurement techniques that reveal the key drivers of employee satisfaction
  • Research and evidence Gain insights into the practical application of scientific findings and turn research into actionable strategies
  • Critical analysis and best practice: Sharpen your analytical edge and become adept at evaluating scientific methods, findings, and policies to identify the most effective strategies for success

Expert insights

You will have the opportunity to hear from experienced guest speakers who will share first-hand industry insights on implementing wellbeing projects within organisations.

Peer interaction

You will have time to interact with colleagues and peers, all committed to driving forward wellbeing within their organisations and sectors. Once you are studying with us you can join one of our professional networks which bring together students, graduates, and our faculty to explore industry practice and the latest research in specific industry areas.

Study locations:

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Student Blogs

My experiments following Behavioural Science in Practice

Allison Zelkowitz, Lebanon Country Director at Save the Children, attended Behavioural Science in Practice in May 2019, the short executive programme delivered by Warwick Business School and The Behavioural Insights Team. Allison shares some insights into how her learning translated back into organisational impact.

Returning to education

Executive Diploma in Organisational Change participant, Rishikesh Joshi, explores how the programme has supported his practical experience with theory and knowledge.