Thank you to everyone who attended the Behaviour Change workshop and to those helped in co-creating a future session about Funding & Income.
Part one: Behaviour Change Workshop
This practical workshop was designed and presented by Cole Armstrong and Suzi Goodwin from NeuroSpot, an Auckland-based behavioural insights agency. The workshop was tailored to the Network North group, with participants bringing their own behaviour change projects in to consider and to work on during the event.
For those interested in applying behaviour change tactics in your work, take a look at the following PDF resources which have been made available by Neurospot and Auckland Council:
Designing for Behaviour Change - network north presentation
Designing for Behaviour Change – choice architecture
Auckland Council Resources:
Behaviour Change - network north presentation with links to resources
Don't Mess With Texas Case Study
Part Two: Co-Create Session for Funding & Income
Many participants stayed on for the co-create session. We used Google Jamboards to facilitate collaboration, and referred to the questions, ideas and comments captured during our first NN event, Building Blocks, to guide the discussion.
The key theme which came across during the co-create session was the desire to collaborate more: to map out ways to reduce competition between environmental organisations going after similar funding, to develop a collective advocate for enviro groups’ funding, and to find ways to support smaller groups. We hope to create an event which answers to this.
The next Network North event, Funding and Income, came about as a direct answer to this cocreation session.
Discussions on the evening brought about more ideas on how to build on Network North:
-posted on the 10/05/2022