Can we tempt you to a
behavioural breakfast?

Join us on December 5 at 8.30am at the RSA in London, where author of The Choice Factory (and our adviser) Richard Shotton will be running a free 90-minute workshop with our very own Joe Glassfield.  It’ll be our third event from our Language & Behaviour Club

You’ll get:

  • a speedy intro to behavioural science to try the techniques on a real-life business problem
  • to hear about the big results other businesses have had
  • to take part in a live experiment or two*
  • to hobnob with interesting people in other businesses
  • croissants. 

We promise it’ll be fast, fun and fantastic food for thought. Christmas and Brexit will not be mentioned.

*Heck, maybe you’re even part of one RIGHT NOW.

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Communications that know how people tick.

Most business communications fail because they don’t take account of how people really work.

We do. We combine linguistic flair and behavioural science to write things that change what people think and do. We write customer comms, corporate comms, speeches and stories: you name it, we’ve done it.

And we can prove it works: our writing can push response rates up, or complaints down, or change the way your people work. Whatever the brief, we’ll make every word a call to action.

We put Schwa to the test, and they delivered. Their work has increased our sales, got more clients turning up to meetings with us, and saved us a load of work.

They challenged our language, and used psychology to nudge more people into responding. And they got our team excited about behavioural science along the way, too.

Caroline Armstrong, operations director, Lee Hecht Harrison Penna