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Dr Juliette Tobias-Webb

Dr Juliette is a Chief Behavioural Scientist, Women in Leadership MBA Lecturer, one of 60 women in Australia nominated as a Superstar of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and soon to be a Homeward Bound (Antarctica) explorer. Dr Juliette is passionate about translating science into practical tips that can help individuals, companies and governments tackle some of the most challenging work and societal issues.

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Testimonials for Dr Juliette Tobias-Webb

I had someone email me 30 minutes into the presentation telling me it was AMAZING - so thank you!! The feedback has been consistently great.

Leadership & Learning Lead - APAC, Citi

 

We invited Juliette to present at Google's AUNZ biggest internal tech event to share with over 2,000 employees insights around behavioural science and design. Juliette was both engaging and able to clarify key concepts to help employees think more broadly about the way they provide value to our users.

Site Program Manager Google

 

We invited Juliette to speak at our annual Senior Leadership Credit Card Conference at Luna Park (>500 senior attendees). She was engaging, informative and inspiring. Her ability to translate the science of human behaviour into practical outcomes for leaders and the Bank was outstanding. She was rated the best speaker of the day.

General Manager, Credit Cards - Commonwealth Bank

 

We were looking for a behavioural insights expert that had theoretical expertise and private sector experience. Juliette had the experience and the ability to present in an engaging way that enhanced the understanding of the audience. The positive audience feedback supported my view that Juliette was an excellent presenter.

Senior Law & Policy Design Officer - Australian Taxation Office

Dr Juliette Tobias-Webb Travels from NSW
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Dr Juliette Tobias-Webb's Biography

Dr Juliette Tobias-Webb is passionate about working with companies and researchers to design and rigorously test solutions that encourage positive behavioural outcomes. She specialises in large scale behavioural change and in designing for individuals facing more complex cognitive situations (mental health, addiction, cognitive decline). She is also passionate about helping individuals be more productive, set and stick to goals, have better wellbeing and feel happier.

Dr Juliette is a Chief Behavioural Scientist, Women in Leadership MBA Lecturer, one of 60 women in Australia nominated as a Superstar of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and soon to be a Homeward Bound (Antarctica) explorer. Dr Juliette is passionate about translating science into practical tips that can help individuals, companies and governments tackle some of the most challenging work and societal issues.

Juliette has a PhD in Experimental Psychology from the University of Cambridge. She enjoyed stints as a lecturer and research officer at globally-renowned institutions including the University of British Columbia, the University of Sydney, Bond University, and Kaplan University. She has also published a number of journal articles in leading psychology and neuroscience journals. She currently teaches an evidenced-based MBA Leadership course that covers topics such as empowerment, motivation, resilience, wellbeing and equality through organisational design.

Commercially, Juliette has worked for a range of leading government and corporate organisations to develop programs of work encouraging and measuring positive human behaviour change. She was a Senior Manager in Behavioural Science for Commonwealth Bank, the Behaviour Change Lead for Ogilvy Australia and a Research Fellow for the Behavioural Insights Team.

Speaking Topics Include

Resilience: Behavioural strategies to thrive in life

How can you ensure your team are coping with the uncertainty that COVID and/or are just resilient at work? This webinar will give you practical and proven behavioural strategies to reduce stress and boost motivation, happiness and resilience for yourself and your teams.

 

Productivity: Turbo charge performance

How can we stay focused and turbo charge productivity? This workshop will give you science-back practical and proven strategies that will help you maintain a better work-life balance, while enhancing team productivity, wellbeing and performance – no matter where you are working from.

 

Motivation: What makes us feel good about work?

Motivating people in the workplace can be difficult. Traditionally, companies have focused on carrot and stick approaches to create behavioural change. Research suggest this approach can backfire and reduce performance outcomes. Thus, this workshop will provide you with a variety of cost-effective tools to help motivate and retain employees.

 

Designing for humans

Much of our behaviour is unconscious and we act without thinking. This can lead to a range of suboptimal outcomes such as reduced safety behaviour and poorer work engagement. This workshop shows individuals how to re-design the employee decision-making environment by making small (cost-effective) using an established “EAST” behavioural change framework.

 

Connecting with humans

How can you ensure your team have the right tools to connect and engage with clients? This workshop is designed to provide you with practical and proven strategies to: 1) develop connection, build rapport and signal status, 2) keep clients engaged, focused and attentive, and 3) build trust and create influence.

 

Communicating with humans

How can you ensure clients understand and are influenced by communication? Effective communication is vital for establishing relationships and motivating behaviour change. Using behavioural science principles, this workshop highlights ways to achieve more persuasive, impactful and personally relevant communication.

 

Designing for humans

Effective client relationships are about the end-to-end process. The broader environmental context within which clients interact can be designed in a way that facilitates or hinders a relationship. This workshop shows individuals how to re-design the broader client decision-making environment to help improve client experience, motivate behavioural change and enhance win rates using the “EAST” behavioural change framework.

 

Diversity by behavioural design: New insights from the human mind

The human brain is inherently biased with much of our behaviour being unconscious. We often act without thinking. Instead of trying to change the human mind, we should instead design systems that remove bias from employment decisions and the workplace. The goal of this presentation is for the audience to come away with an understanding of how bias operates in the workplace, how the audience themselves are biased (we all are), and what the audience can do to counter the biases in a diverse workforce.