Case Study: Hill+Knowlton Strategies

BusinessGreen leaders awards HK

In case you missed it, earlier this summer we picked up a fairly prestigious award – prestigious in the world of sustainable business, that is. And now we have the case study to boot.

Employee Engagement Campaign of the Year 2017 is the title we earned at the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards, won in conjunction with Hill+Knowlton Strategies for the behaviour change programme we ran with their staff.

You can now download our full case study to find out more about how Hill+Knowlton achieved their impressive results, actively engaging 66% of staff in their efforts to become a B Corp. Together, they recorded 1,057 pledges, with 52% of these turning into long lasting habits. Not shabby!

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Sadly we don’t have the resources to put case studies like this for all of our clients; but having worked with over 100 organisations, from innocent drinks to Arup engineers, we’ve gathered plenty of tricks, tips, and ideas. It seems a waste not to share that knowledge.

That’s why we recently developed a support package to sit alongside our Do Nation Pro platform. Our support package allows you to tap into this knowledge of what does (and doesn’t!) work when it comes to running behaviour change campaigns with your people.

Demand is high and availability is limited, so be sure to get in touch now if you’re interested in making the most of this.

Or if you’re ready to get going right away, create your campaign now.  September is a fantastic time to raise pledges, engaging your staff in simple actions like cycling to work, wasting less food, or brushing up on sustainable innovation in their industry. So what are you waiting for?

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