Launch of the Changing Behaviour for Good Programme and the JMCR International Academic Partner Network

16 May 2014

Launch of the Changing Behaviour for Good Programme and the JMCR International Academic Partner Network

On Friday 16th May 2014 the John Madejski Centre for Reputation (JMCR) launched the Changing Behaviour for Good research programme and the JMCR International Academic Partner Network. The event aimed to co-create an international community of interest among academics and practitioners seeking to understand and improve relationships, resilience and wellbeing in their communities. Held at the Henley Business School Greenlands Campus, attendees were drawn from a range of organisations and academic institutions, and a variety of countries. 

On Friday 16th May 2014 the John Madejski Centre for Reputation (JMCR) launched the Changing Behaviour for Good research programme and the JMCR International Academic Partner Network. The event aimed to co-create an international community of interest among academics and practitioners seeking to understand and improve relationships, resilience and wellbeing in their communities. Held at the Henley Business School Greenlands Campus, attendees were drawn from a range of organisations and academic institutions, and a variety of countries.

Speakers on the day included:

  • Professor Kevin Money and Professor Carola Hillenbrand, Henley Business School (JMCR)
  • Stephen Pain, Director of Strategy and Research, Unilever
  • Peter Molyneux, Chair at SW London and St George’s Mental Health Trust, UK
  • Associate Professor Bettina West, Ted Rogers School of Management, Toronto, Canada
  • Assistant Professor David Finch, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada
  • Mark Hepworth and Sarah Forster, Big Issue Invest, UK

To find out more about Changing Behvaiour for Good please contact Professor Carola Hillenbrand: carola.hillenbrand@henley.ac.uk or the reputation team www.henley.ac.uk/reputation

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