Dr Juliette Tobias-Webb
Behavioural Scientist; Bias and Organisational Design Expert; Superstar of STEM; Women in Leadership MBA Lecturer
Dr Juliette Tobias-Webb is a Chief Behavioural Scientist, Women in Leadership MBA Lecturer, Superstar of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and soon to be Homeward Bound (Antarctica) explorer.
Dr Juliette has a PhD in Experimental Psychology from Cambridge University and has worked for a range of leading government and corporate organisations to explore bias and design better products and services for human decision making and behaviour change. Dr Juliette is also an avid educator and presenter - believing everyone can benefit from learning about behavioural science, using fun, practical and innovative insights.
In addition to running her own behavioural science consultancy, Dr Juliette has been a Senior Manager in Behavioural Science for Commonwealth Bank, the Behaviour Change Lead for Ogilvy Australia, and a Research Fellow for the Behavioural Insights Team. She also has a range of academic experience, publishing articles in many leading neuroscience and psychology journals and featuring in a range of media outlets such as Triple J Hack and the Australian Financial Review.
As a Women in Leadership lecture, Dr Juliette is passionate about sharing research associated with bias, personal development and empowerment, wellbeing and equitable organisational design.
In terms of the #breakthebias theme, Dr Juliette can help you understand how bias operates in the workplace, how you are biased and how you counteract bias in the workforce. She encourages individuals, leaders and organisations rethink their approach to diversity and behavioural change in general; shifting the focus from costly and ineffective efforts to change individuals to cost-effective smart solutions focused on workplace design. It works!
Want to run your own diversity experiment? Dr Juliette has a 5 steps framework to help you run and analyse a business experiment.
Presentations can be tailored for individuals, organisations and governments across a range of industries.