Tell us about your first month working for The Behaviours Agency

“Starting a new job in lockdown isn’t ideal by a long way, but like everything else, you just have to get on with it. The strangest part of it all was entering a Zoom room of new faces on my first day, I’ve still only met the majority of my colleagues digitally, but feel like I know everyone pretty well already. 

Given the situation, The Behaviours Agency made the onboarding process super-streamlined and held all the induction meetings online. I was impressed with how much effort had gone into the induction process, everything from company values to brand guidelines was covered in detail

After a week of inductions and some deep learning about behavioural science, I started to pick up some client work, which ties in nicely with the next question….” 

What do you do in your role?

I’ve come in as a shiny new Account Manager. Account management suits me well, I’m naturally organised and like talking to people! My role will revolve around being a point of contact for the clients, I love working with clients to find out what challenges they have…and then working on the solution. 

My previous roles have been a bit of a mix of everything, and it was time to pick a route so that’s how I ended up here. I’m most looking forward to applying behavioural science to client work, it’s this aspect of the agency that drew me in. 

It’s like looking at marketing through a new lens. It’s what makes us unique and stand out in a saturated market.” 

What does your future with The Behaviours Agency look like?

Bright! Joining here has been a huge learning curve already and I hope it continues. My eyes have been opened to a new world of marketing, it gives the agency a certain edge. The Behaviours Agency takes behavioural science seriously and has even developed their own model, which is then applied to client projects, it’s fascinating to watch the process unfold.” 

By Emma Gray

Account Manager