The Local Government Association is inviting councils to apply for £20,000 grants to contribute towards the delivery of behavioural insights projects for councils.

Public Health England already see great examples of behavioural insights being used across the country to improve outcomes for local people, encouraging them to make better choices for themselves. Public Health England’s behavioural science lead Tim Chadborn is offering support to local government colleagues who are applying and can be contacted at You can learn more about the grants here and the deadline for applications is 1 November.

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We are a team of professionally qualified and highly experienced specialists offering independent employment and organisational development advice, support, consultancy services and partnering arrangements to organisations in the south east. As a leading provider of high quality consultancy, training and development in areas of organisational change, leadership, mediation and conflict resolution and compliance with employment law, we will tailor our services to meet your needs. Our focus is to enable organisations to meet their legal responsibilities as employers and to facilitate developing their people to fulfil their potential thereby increasing team morale and adding value to your business. Understanding the importance of sharing, learning and networking, SEE provides a central hub for networks and partnerships. We gather and collate management information and data to share learning and benchmark to help you build on best practice. You don’t need to be a member of SEE to access our services but members do get discounted rates.

We’ve produced a leaflet that you can keep handy, summarising what we can do for you and your teams. You can download it here.

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