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Spoon Behavioural Communications brings behavioural science to Learning Live

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The team at SBC believes that real change is rooted in learning, but as learning in the post-pandemic world of hybrid working moves online, how do organisations get employees to adapt the way they learn?

Many businesses are turning to behavioural science for the answer – and rightly so. Building a digital learning culture requires an understanding of the behaviours that drive it. But, it’s not a simple science.

That’s where SBC comes in.

A team of behavioural scientists, journalists and communications experts, SBC works with companies to help them apply behavioural science in practical ways to solve their problems, from embedding a digital learning culture and designing bespoke learning programmes, to communicating how learning will support change programmes.

The team has also designed a behavioural science training programme – BEHAVES. Presented as either a face to face workshop and/or a self-directed online version, the course will help teams and businesses learn to apply behavioural science themselves.

Curious to know more? Join Shelley and Lee at their Learning Live session on 14 September at 2:30pm about how to use behavioural science to embed a digital learning culture - or come by the stand and spin the BEHAVES wheel to learn more about the 7 factors that influences behaviour.

Find the SBC team at stand 17 at this year’s Learning Live 14-15 September, London.

Spoon Behavioural Communications is a training and change consultancy powered by behavioural science. We help organisations learn effortlessly, communicate effectively and change easily by bringing together our experience in creating global learning programmes with our behavioural science and communications expertise to take a strategic approach to solving organisational challenges.

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Jessica Baxter
Marketing and business development lead
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