6 July, 10.30 - 11.30am

Online digital tools that support employment services can deliver consistency and efficiency for the provider. But can they support the individual? And can a digital platform itself encourage motivation and behavioural change?

Saffron present key findings from the formal evaluation report of the Create Your Own Future platform. With over 300 data-points collected per user, including attitude and sentiment, plus qualitative follow-up research, this session will provide insight into:

  • User experience and attitude towards digital technology
  • Behavioural and sentiment changes as a result of the digital activity
  • Analysis of transferable skills, confidence, barriers and motivation broken down by demographics
  • Career adaptability and how effectively it can be applied in a digital environment

This webinar will be of interest to those implementing large scale employment solutions and those providing counselling support.

Speakers;

Noorie Sazen, Director, Saffron Interactive

Noorie’s passion is innovation and creativity. Prior to leading Saffron, she was a partner at KPMG leading their People Services business in London and Eastern Counties. She has also held global roles at BP and Lend Lease, partnering with clients on their change and transformational performance improvement programs. Throughout her career, Noorie has used insights from the behavioural and neurosciences, to bring fresh perspectives and ensure that change is treated within an organisation as a force for good.

Ian Hilder, Performance Consultant, Saffron Interactive

Ian loves to drive performance and success for individuals through digital innovation. With over 10 years’ experience within the digital learning and employability sector and several more in the technology industry, Ian has worked with major international corporations, public authorities, not-for-profit, social enterprises and more.

Through this eclectic mix of industries and sectors, Ian combines his inner tech geek with a deep understanding of behavioural theory and practice. With a wealth of business knowledge and a penchant for amateur dramatics, Ian’s sense of humour and execution capability are greatly valued by clients.

 

Register now for your free place via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/can-digital-solutions-improve-employment-support-outcomes-tickets-160999863927 

Terms and conditions

The event will take place online via teams, ERSA members will always have priority access, although others are welcome to join but you much register in advance. There may be a waiting list for non members but places will usually open up and th ERSA team will monitor and release tickets accordingly. 

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