Are your programmes providing clarity, direction and purpose?

Behavioural science tells us there is a formula to high-impact programmes, and providing your end users a map through uncertainty can be as simple as nailing these key elements.

Drawing on behavioural science, futurist trends, and award-winning best practice, join workplace experts Dr Khairunnisa Mohamedali, Colette Weston, and Jo Kimber as they share three essential elements to creating high-performing, world-class programmes.

You'll also be provided the frameworks you need to build your own impactful programmes – regardless of discipline - and hear from our award-winning clients and surprise guests, each experts of outstanding and effective organisational and programmatic design in their own fields. 

Watch this webinar to learn:

  • Mastering How: Use your programme as a map through the unknowns.
  • Mastering What: Be scientific to have maximum impact.
  • Mastering Who: How to build a programme for your end user.

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About the speakers:

Khairunnisa Mohamedali

Dr Khairunnisa Mohamedali

As Chief Innovation Officer at The Smarty Train, Khairunnisa works at the nexus of organisational culture, award-winning innovation and human-centred design. Working with People Functions cross-sector, she is a published methodologist, selected as a Woman of the Future 2018, and most recently presented a session on data-driven early careers to a conference of industry experts in Dubai.

Colette Weston

As the Head of our Client Experience team, Colette is instrumental in the delivery of programmes globally and across industries. She uses her client management expertise to help bring award-winning programmes to life for thousands of participants worldwide, for clients including EY, Johnson and Johnson, and bp.

Jo Kimber

As Client Ambassador at The Smarty Train, Jo is a multidisciplinary Smarty. She uses her experience in employer brand, coaching and leadership development to provide TST's clients with solutions for programmes of all sizes across continents.