What works at work: Shifting the dial on workplace giving

Join Good2Give and Workplace Giving Australia at our upcoming webinar! You’ll hear directly from the Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government (BETA) on actionable ways to increase the impact of your workplace giving program. Hosted by the Good2Give Group CEO – David Mann, we’ll be joined by Loren Willis, Adviser and Roxarne Armstrong, Senior Adviser at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

What can you expect?

BETA’s recent research takes a deep dive into workplace giving and participation rates. Although more Australian employers are offering workplace giving to their employees, participation remains low. BETA used behavioural science to test ways to increase workplace giving in three randomised controlled trials. Hear from BETA’s Roxarne Armstrong on the results of their tests, and actionable insights to increase participation in your company’s program.

Who should attend?

  • Workplace giving program managers and leaders of company foundations
  • Charity representatives responsible for building workplace giving programs and corporate partnerships
  • Managers looking to empower teams and create purpose in their organisation
  • CSR Managers, HR Managers, and business leaders from people and culture

 


Date

Tuesday, 28 June 2022

Time

2 pm – 3 pm AEST

Register now

A recording of the webinar will be shared with all registrants a few days after it has concluded.

If you have any questions before the event, please reach out to marketing@good2give.ngo.


 

About the speakers

Roxarne Armstrong

Roxarne Armstrong is a Senior Advisor with the Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government (BETA) since 2019. Roxarne has worked in policy areas at the Department of Health and the Department of Social Services (DSS) including national blood policy, IVF policy and international policy. Roxarne has tertiary qualifications in Applied Psychology and was the Senior Departmental Liaison Officer in a Cabinet Minister’s office for two years. Roxarne established the first Behavioural Insights team in DSS and is currently responsible for managing BETA’s social policy projects.

Loren Willis

Loren Willis is a social psychology researcher who holds a Bachelor of Psychology (Hons) and is currently a PhD candidate in psychology at the Australian National University. Loren has also been a research advisor at the Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government for over two years. Loren holds expertise in social psychology, behavioural economics, survey design and evaluation, and academic report writing.