Reviews of our Nudge training in the public sector
What is Nudge?
Nudge is an influencing strategy. We apply Nudge Theory to public sector everyday business situations. That means we use Nudge as a method for influencing people in a subtle way. It is not about telling people what to do. It’s a way to help people choose the behaviour you would like them to choose. We’ve got various Nudge theory examples in the public sector.
Nudge Theory Examples in the Public Sector
There are two ways to apply Nudge in the Public Sector; Public Policy and Internal Working. We can help with both. Employing Nudge ideas to influence decision making in public policy is sometimes about deciding on what not to do, as much as what to do. Our Nudge Audit ideas are key here, to review how things are organised currently.
How do you apply Nudge to everyday working situations and challenges? Our workshops are a blend of training and discussion to see how Nudge ideas apply to your situations. We find practical solutions, but these will need to be tested. As with all Nudge ideas, testing is crucial.
Public Sector Challenges
Perhaps even more so than other sectors, the public sector is one where we cannot tell people what to do. We need to encourage, persuade and influence. Nudge fits right into this need. It is an ideal strategy for subtle influencing.
Typical challenges Nudge Theory examples can help with:
Nudge Thoery Examples Training
We have developed Nudge Training based on Nudge theory. We apply these amazing ideas to people’s everyday work situations and challenges. Read more on our Nudge Training.
Nudge Theory Seminar
Our Nudge Seminar is a high impact, fast moving session. This means the participants will be gaining ideas on how to use Nudge in their everyday lives. Read more on our Nudge Seminar.
Nudge theory applied to your organisation
Whichever session you think is appropriate from short seminar to full day, we will design and apply the content to suit your needs. This makes the session that much more relevant for the participants. At ITD we have been applying ideas to participants’ challenges for over 20 years, making training sessions like an extension of work. You learn whilst you work, by discussing real situations in the workshop.