DR JULIETTE TOBIAS-WEBB
Dr Juliette Tobias-Webb is a Behavioural Scientist and one of 60 Australian women nominated as a 'Superstar in STEM'. Juliette uses behavioural science insights and methods to design a better world for people, organisations and communities.
Juliette is passionate about working with companies and researchers to design and rigorously test solutions that encourage positive behavioural outcomes. She specialises in large scale behavioural change and in designing for individuals facing more complex cognitive situations (mental health, addiction, cognitive decline). She is also passionate about helping individuals be more productive, set and stick to goals, have better wellbeing and feel happier.
Juliette has a PhD in Experimental Psychology from the University of Cambridge. She enjoyed stints as a lecturer and research officer at globally-renowned institutions including the University of British Columbia, the University of Sydney, Bond University, and Kaplan University. She has also published a number of journal articles in leading psychology and neuroscience journals. She currently teaches an evidenced-based MBA Leadership course that covers topics such as empowerment, motivation, resilience, wellbeing and equality through organisational design.
Commercially, Juliette has worked for a range of leading government and corporate organisations to develop programs of work encouraging and measuring positive human behaviour change. She was a Senior Manager in Behavioural Science for Commonwealth Bank, the Behaviour Change Lead for Ogilvy Australia and a Research Fellow for the Behavioural Insights Team.
From Scientific Evidence to Real-World Practical Application.
Juliette uses psychological and neuroscientific insights and methods to help individuals and organisations design better for human decision making and behaviour.
BEHAVIOURAL EDUCATION AND INSIGHTS
Juliette is an avid educator and presenter. She believes everyone can benefit from learning about behavioural science, using fun, practical and innovative insights.
Workshops and Presentations
Juliette has worked with a range of organisations to design better for humans. Her academic and corporate experiences enables her to use behavioural evidence to explore complex issues and develop practical and innovative solutions across a range of contexts.
Collaboration with Project Teams
Measurement and experimentation is the key to understanding the impact of a product, program or service. Juliette can help your team develop the capacity to identify and measure behavioural change using rigorous methods.
Collaboration with Data Teams
Identification of Behavioural Metrics
RECENT MEDIA & PUBLICATIONS
Juliette is passionate about translating scientific evidence into real-world practical insights that individuals and organisations can use to create positive behavioural change. Check out my list of recent work below and contact me with any questions or for more information.
2 June 2020
WHY YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE THE HIGHEST INFECTION RATE?
Human behaviour experts say it is simplistic to assume young people have the highest coronavirus infection rates because they're selfish and do not care about preventing the virus spreading to older people.
20 May 2020
BEHAVIOURAL STRATEGIES FOR RESILIENCE AND WELLBEING
A conversation with Dr Juliette Tobias-Webb on mental and behavioural strategies for better resilience and wellbeing. This session was hosted live on 20 May 2020 via Google Meet with members from the Auckland & Wellington Behavioural Economics Network and humans across the world that joined the conversation with questions and comments in the chat.
14 May 2020
LOSING YOUR JOB
Young people make up one in every three people currently unemployed in Australia, according to the latest job figures.
Today we discuss how we can manage our mental health if we suddenly find ourselves out of work.
17 April 2020
MANAGING YOUR MENTAL WELLBEING DURING COVID-19
What you can take away from this workshop:
- How to handle your wellbeing during this tough time
- Separating work and life whilst being trapped at home
- Managing your mindset
- Resilience strategieshttps://www.facebook.com/HstlandHrt/videos/212835453341624
17 December 2018
BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS AND GAMBLING: A NEW PARADIGM FOR APPROACHING HARM-MINIMIZATION
A behavioural economics approach to reduce gambling-related harms. Nudges (subtle, low-cost changes in the environment) can encourage people to gamble within their limits.
Thank you for your interest in behavioural science. Please reach out with any consulting, media or presentation requests. Please also get in touch with any questions or comments regarding Dr Juliette's work and publications. She’d love to hear from you.