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2nd NZ Behaviour Changer workshop


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On March 7, 2016 Task 24 held its second Behaviour Changer workshop in Wellington, NZ. This was the introduction

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2nd NZ Behaviour Changer workshop

  1. 1. 2nd New Zealand Task 24 Behaviour Changer Workshop Phase 2: Behaviour Change in DSM – Helping the Behaviour Changers Dr Sea Rotmann, Operating Agent Wellington, March 7, 2016
  2. 2. Agenda •Quick recap of last workshop and report •PowerCo presentation of latest thinking •Short discussion around confidentiality •Issues exercise – shall we re-do it looking at long- vs short-term? Transition vs Steady-State? Actual vs Perceived? Include multiple benefits for all BCs •Prezi – go through status quo exercise from last workshop •Storytelling spine – write and tell your story of what this will look like •Design the intervention from the middle out •Collect feedback, evaluation forms For more information, visit
  3. 3. Task 24, Powering Tomorrow’s Homes, last workshop For more information, visit
  4. 4. Issues re confidentiality, commercial sensitivity •Skunk works •Chatham House rules •Who is affected? •IP? •Commercial sensitivity – what, who, how much? •Confidentiality agreement necessary? •Anything else? For more information, visit
  5. 5. Jamie Silk, PowerCo – latest thinking For more information, visit
  6. 6. Issues – what is the perceived risk, potential, value? For more information, visit
  7. 7. Storytelling spine Tell your (organisation’s) story: How will this intervention look like from your perspective? For more information, visit
  8. 8. What is the status quo like? Do we need to change/add anything? Prezi from September 2015 workshop For more information, visit
  9. 9. Intervention Design What does the End User need to do/change? What are the main relationships we need to strengthen? Which conflicts (bombs) do we need to diffuse and how? Which tools are irrelevant, which other tools/Behaviour Changers may we need? What is the time frame? Who does what? How do we evaluate the multiple benefits? Who does what? For more information, visit
  10. 10. Feedback and Evaluation Forms For more information, visit