UCL Centre for Behaviour Change

Yesterday I went to the launch of UCL Centre for Behaviour Change, created to bring together researcher and non-researchers interested in the field of behaviour change, to facilitate networking and communication among people with a common interest.
I was particularly impressed with one of the speaker’s presentation, Prof. Alexi Marmot. She used a technique I had never heard of, called Pecha Kucha. It’s a  format where you present 20 images for 20 seconds each and you can’t stop the time, so you really have to be concise and on time. It was first used by two architects because apparently architects talk a lot! I think all scientists talk A LOT when presenting their own research, it’s normal, isn’t it?!
Anyway, I went online to discover more about this presentation format and found an interesting video on productivity that I want to share. Enjoy!

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