In Episode Four, Professor Dave Snowden explains his ‘Nudge Not Yank’ approach to behaviour change. Using narrative to identify where people are currently, their disposition to change and small nudges that will help then move. (2.45 – 8.15 mins). Andy Middleton talks about Minimum Viable Competency in key areas as a requirement for decision makers involved in trying to implement behaviour change as part of the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act. (8.20 – 21.10 mins). Professor Dave Snowden explains his Ritual Dissent Method. Used to rapidly develop robust solutions that… Read more Professor Dave Snowden & Andy Middleton →
In Episode Three, Rachel Lilley from Aberystwyth University talks about changing how people think about energy use at home with Ymlaen Ceredigion. (1.43 – 9.20 mins). Then, Matt Stowe from Cartrefi Conwy explains the environmental improvements at Parc Peulwys Housing Estate, and how they changed behaviours and help gain a Keep Wales Tidy Green Flag award. (10.30 – 25.30 mins). Have a listen below: National Energy Action Cymru details of working with Ymlaen Ceredigion in partnership with Ceredigion County Council and Aberystwyth University including a link to a report from… Read more Rachel Lilley (Aberystwyth University) & Matt Stowe (Cartrefi Conwy) →
In Episode One, we speak with Rupert Moon, on working with rugby players at Rugby Gogledd Cymru to develop behaviours that went beyond the playing field (01.30 – 15.20 mins). Then, Professor Judy Hutchings talks to us about the KiVa anti-bullying programme in schools. Learning from Finland on how taking a whole school approach can change behaviours and reduce bullying (15.25 – 27.10 mins). Have a listen below: Wales Audit Office, Good Practice Exchange Bangor University KiVa Programme Rupert Moon on sport and improving well being https://goodpracticeexchange.wales/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/episode-1-BCI.mp3Podcast: Play in new… Read more Rupert Moon (Rugby Gogledd Cymru) & Professor Judy Hutchings (KiVa Anti-Bullying Programme) →
In Episode Two, we speak to Chris Subbe, who explains the ‘Wee Wheel’ (pictured), introduced to reduce acute kidney injury for hospital patients (1.45 – 7.30 mins). Then, Olwen Williams speaks on the ‘Test no Talk’ approach to improve sexual health screening (8.00 – 21.30 mins). Have a listen below: Chris Subbe blog, An audible patient voice 1000 Lives Wee Wheel video 1000 Lives Compendium of Outpatient Improvement, report by Olwen Williams on : Self triage innovation in sexual health services – Test no Talk.
In this final, concluding episode of the Behaviour Change Insiders podcast series, Chris meets with Clover Rodriguez from the Welsh Local Government Association, to talk about the key findings and messages to take home from the Behaviour Change Festivals. This episode is ideal if you would like to hear a short summary about Behaviour Change science, whilst also hearing directly from Chris about the running of the events and shaping the programme. https://goodpracticeexchange.wales/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/episode-7-BCI.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS
In advance of our upcoming #WAOBasque conference in partnership with the Wales Co-operative Centre, Fred Freundlich from Mondragon University has written a blog explaining the background of the University and… Read more The Mondragon cooperative experience →
The Community Impact Initiative C.I.C. (The Cii) @TheCiiUK is a forward-thinking social enterprise based in South Wales that strives to develop and deliver innovative solutions to persistent problems and areas of need in our local communities that lead to a range of personal, social and economic benefits. Established by Trystan Jones, The Cii is a not-for-profit organisation, where income generated is for the sole purpose of its activities, with profits re-invested to enhance and continue its community initiatives, allowing it to strive towards its vision and mission: Vision: A future where… Read more Community Impact Initiative C.I.C. →
Charlotte Waite @charlotwaite from the ACE Support Hub @acehubwales has blogged for us ahead of our Building Resilient Communities Event. She is challenging herself, and all of us, to be someone who contributes to resilient communities, which is very different from DOING resilient communities. At a lovely lefty festival I had the privilege to be at this hot summer, my daughter came out of the impressively clean portaloo commenting on how she was going to take the toilet’s advice and ‘smile at someone today, because (she) might make all the… Read more Building Resilient Communities: Mind the Gap →