Change 2020 Driving Systems Change

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Driving Systems Change

Thursday 15th October, 7pm-8:30pm (AEST)


Hosted online via Zoom

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Driving Systems Change

Join this Change 2020 event and explore how a systems view can change focus away from individuals. In this session you will learn how to address societal problems by identifying factors which aren't immediately apparent. Our speakers will discuss how systems thinking has been applied to gain consensus, identify leverage points and deliver change.

Register today and go behind the scenes and learn how applying systems theory can improve social outcomes.

What you will learn

Gain a wider view – a systems viewpoint

How you can be a more effective problem solver

How to gain consensus through a systems approach

Keynote Speakers

Prof Sharyn Rundle-Thiele

Founding Director, Social Marketing @ Griffith

Sharyn is a social marketer and she applies marketing to protect people and our planet. Her work reduces food waste and koala deaths, changes conversations, increases goods donations and more.

Prof Maria Raciti

Director, USC Indigenous and Transcultural Research Centre

Associate Professor Maria is the director of the newly formed USC Indigenous and Transcultural Research Centre which partners with indigenous, migrant, refugee and culturally diverse communities to improve the lives and wellbeing of First Nations and culturally diverse peoples from around the globe.

Dr Christine Domegan

Lecturer, National University of Ireland Galway

Christine’s work, distinctive skills and leadership, all focus on critical emerging issues where business and social systems meet. Her research examines systems thinking and marketing with behaviour change practices to understand what works.

Who Should Attend

Directors, Founders, Entrepreneurs, Managers, and Officers that are dedicated to pursuing behaviour change in:

  • Government (Federal, State and Local)
  • Not-for-profit, Non-profit, NGO, Charity
  • Social enterprise, Social business
  • Academia
  • Commercial industry

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Online Change Event: Identifying Consumer Insights That Matter

Co-hosted By

Alexandar Campbell

Change 2020 Co-Chair, Social Marketing @ Griffith

Alexander is a seasoned marketer and strategist with a passion for all things social marketing. His personal mission is to help corporations create meaningful social change programs and promote the value of being a good corporate citizen.

Jeawon Kim

Change 2020 Co-Chair, Social Marketing @ Griffith

Jeawon's real-world research enables a full application of social marketing principles in program design, implementation, evaluation, and enhancement to achieve voluntary sustainable behaviour change.

Sign up to other change 2020 events

This year, Change 2020 is being delivered as four FREE online events across September to December.

Enjoy the flexibility. You can choose to attend as many Change sessions as you want.

Change 2020 - September Event

Identifying Consumer Insights That Matter


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Change 2020 - November Event

Saving Our Planet and Making Change Happen


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Change 2020 - December Event

How to Build a Following


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Change 2020 is proudly brought to you by Social Marketing @ Griffith.

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