How We Help
Three practical ways we can help solve your challenges.
Behaviour Change DesignOur experienced international team have expertise in all aspects of behaviour change design. This might include developing a supporter journey for a fundraising charity, reducing anxiety for children being treated in a hospital operating theatre, or improving nutritional choices among adults at staff canteen.
Training and WorkshopsSometimes all you need is a well-structured training input- then you and your team can run with the ideas and approaches. We can offer a range of interventions- from 45-minute coaching webinar to a 2000-person plenary at a conference and from a 2-day masterclass to 1-day ‘key ideas’ interactive workshop.
Experiment DeliveryThe decisionscience team at =mc consulting can not just design your project but help you deliver it, offering expert advice on how to create collateral, design experiences, script conversations, or even set up online A/B tests. We can also help you evaluate your project to establish the impact, tracking causality not correlation.
Bernard Ross is a director of =mc consulting. He is one of Europe’s leading experts on decision science in charities and public agencies.
He has worked with many INGOs on decision science projects including IFRC, UNHCR, UNICEF and MSF as well as national bodies like Bristol Museums and Edinburgh Zoo. His bestselling book ‘Change for Good’ is the first to explore the impact of decision science on the pro-social sector.
Dana Segal is a Senior Partner Consultant. Her consultancy portfolio includes INGOs, NGOs and charities across the UK, Europe and Africa including UNICEF, World Animal Protection, Afrobarometer and Southbank Centre.
She has delivered decision science training for fundraisers at organisations including Oxford University, RNLI and MSF International.
Rob Shaw is a partner consultant with the decisionscience team at =mc consulting, specialising in the culture and heritage sector. He also works independently. Before consultancy, Rob held leadership roles for some of the UK’s leading cultural organisations, including Science Museum Group.
He was one of the lead coaches in the world’s largest arts fundraising experiment.