Learn@MoreThanNow: The Inclusion Programme

Our INAUGURAL Education Programme: A 3-day course on behavioural science and INCLUSION AT WORK.

SECOND HOMe SHOREDITCh. 15th-17th October 2019.


The Inclusion Programme is for people who want to maximise their impact on equality in the workplace, whether working directly in D&I or in influential functions like HR, Communications or Transformation. We’re particularly looking for groups of 3 employees from single organisations, who will work together to turn learning into action after the programme.

The syllabus will introduce the potential of behavioural insight, before covering the three core stages of its application. By the end of the programme, attendees will have the skills to think critically about inclusion initiatives, apply cutting-edge behavioural insight to their work, and design and run effective experiments for their organisations:

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1- #ThinkSmall

Identify solvable, measurable exclusion problems with behavioural insight and design thinking.

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2-Behavioural Design

Create ‘in-the-moment’ interventions with the MINDSPACE framework.

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3 - #TestLearnAdapt

Put your work to the test, and contribute to collective progress with shareable research.


The #TestLearnAdapt component will be led by our Academic Advisor, Dr Oliver Hauser. Oliver is a fellow of the Women and Public Policy Program at Harvard University, a regular contributor to Harvard Business School, and currently teaches the MBA programme at Exeter University. He is an affiliated academic with the UK Government Equalities Office.

While individual participants are welcome, we will prioritise groups of 3 multi-disciplinary placements from single organisations. As part of their involvement, we suggest these teams are tasked with a specific inclusion challenge following the programme. We will host a alumni event in 2020 to share progress and findings, and keep the community together.

The course is £3425 + VAT per attendee. To register your interest, please get in touch below - we have a limit of 21 places and expect to be over-subscribed.