SA Chapter - Using Behavioural Economics with Risk Management

27 Sep 2017 02:00 PM
ReturnToWorkSA, 400 King William St. Adelaide


The SA Chapter of RMIA is pleased to invite you to our risk management event about behavioural economics.

Our role in risk management is supporting our organisations to manage the risks they face.

Understanding the principles of behavioural economics can help us to reframe the things we say and write – inside our organisations as well with our customers – to ensure the messages we send are consistent with the actions or behaviour we want to see.

Come to this RMIA event and hear the latest about how to use behavioural economics to influence our language.

To celebrate International Translation Day (Saturday 30 September 2017), we are holding a workshop to discuss how behavioural economics can be used to improve the management of risks in our business. Behavioural economics shows us how language and communications can influence behaviour - how our words, written and verbal, can make a difference.


Carolyn Mounce

Carolyn Mounce is a personal injury professional with two decades of senior management experience, building and developing teams in government and corporate organisations.

Carolyn now works with organisations teaching them how to communicate and influence others. As a human behaviour specialist, Carolyn converts the latest research into practical tactics that deliver results.

She has co-authored ‘On the Front Foot:  Six Simple Steps That Fast Track Return to Work’, which offers an approach to influence and behaviour central to her work.

Carolyn creates a relaxed, engaged training environment with a passion that is contagious to all those around her. Her programs offer practical techniques for personal and business leadership that build confidence in participants to use what they learn.

Trudy Minett

Trudy Minett is a business professional with significant experience in designing and delivering transformational change.

She worked with the South Australian Government to design and implement the Return to Work scheme for work injury insurance.

Trudy has worked on other major projects within work injury insurance – such as vocational rehabilitation, premium design and whole person impairment assessment – all focused on achieving behaviour change that prevents work injury or improves recovery and return to work for injured workers.

Date: Wednesday 27th September 2017

Time: 2:00pm - 5:00pm

Location: ReturnToWorkSA, 400 King William St., Adelaide. Go to Reception on Ground Floor.

Pricing: RMIA Members - $30 (Inc GST)

               Non-Members - $45 (Inc GST)

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