It’s been an exciting summer so far and our JUMP team have been busy spreading the word about employee engagement in sustainability and wellbeing.
Last week we were at the EAUC’s Collaborations for Change Conference, where we exhibited our JUMP behaviour change programme. The conference kicked off with an insightful welcome address, which identified ‘lack of staff engagement’ as the second biggest barrier facing an institution in achieving their carbon reduction targets.
Another highlight was the workshop “Points Mean Prizes” by our partners Bournemouth University and the University of Winchester. Both universities spoke on how JUMP’s use of gamification and rewards enabled them to successfully engage their staff in sustainability and wellbeing activities and work towards their environmental targets.
We also had fun quizzing those who passed by our stall on their waste and recycling knowledge, with a prize for the best answer. Congratulations to Emily W from De Montfort University who won a Fitbit alta HR! You can view the responses to some of the questions from the quiz below.
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