Jim Curtis


Inspire for better communications: achieving compliance is all in the framing

Recognised as the first model of behaviour change specifically designed to help public administrators, BehaviourWorks’ INSPIRE framework is based on a simple mnemonic that describes seven of the most powerful techniques: implementation intentions, norms, salience, procedural justice, incentives, reputation and credibility and ease.
Conference paper

Integrating the applied behavioural sciences to improve community engagement processes in Victorian strategic land use planning practice

Community engagement processes are an important part of strategic land use planning practice in order to facilitate good governance. This paper draws upon the applied behavioural sciences and examines a number of ways they could be used to improve the efficacy of community engagement practice...