How to Have a Good Day

Hosted by the Department of Management

Old Theatre,


Caroline Webb


Dr Connson Locke

Behavioural economics has the capacity to transform our everyday lives. Caroline Webb will demonstrate how easy it is to use science-based strategies to boost effectiveness, happiness and productivity.

Caroline Webb (@Caroline_Webb_) is CEO of Sevenshift and External Senior Adviser to McKinsey & Company. Caroline's new book is How To Have A Good Day: Think Bigger, Feel Better and Transform Your Working Life.

Connson Locke is Senior Lecturer in Practice. Dr Locke's research draws from social and cognitive psychology to focus on leadership, power, and influence in organisations, in particular, leadership presence, adaptability, upward influence, and nonverbal communication. Dr Locke's current research interests include gender and leadership, diversity, and organisational culture.

The Department of Management (@LSEManagement) is a globally diverse academic community at the heart of the LSE, taking a unique interdisciplinary, academically in-depth approach to the study of management and organisations.

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