We have some amazing speakers visit us at Occ Health Sci. However, only the select few who brave the OHSU parking scene get to see them! We also have great speakers at our symposia (access recorded webinars here), but want to keep experimenting with new ways to spread great ideas for making positive changes at work.
What if we video recorded compelling talks by scientific and business innovators in creating organizational and behavior changes? Well, we’ve done just that!
In partnership with the Organizational Behavior Management Network, Occ Health Sci is co-sponsoring a new speaker series titled Behavior Change Innovations. Our joint selection committee will invite notable scientists and business professionals to give video-recorded talks for the series. Each speaker will share their most powerful insights for creating changes to make our lives, organizations, and societies better.
The series is driven by one core question:
“what behavior and organizational change tactics have scientists and business innovators discovered that should be urgently applied?”
Please check out highlights from our first two invited speakers!
Anthony R. Pratkanis (watch video) is currently Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Santa Cruz where he studies social influence and persuasion. His research has investigated such topics as the delayed effects of persuasion, groupthink, subliminal persuasion and a variety of influence tactics such as the pique technique, phantoms, the projection tactic, the 1-in-5 prize tactic, and altercasting. This research has been used to develop interventions for preventing fraud crimes, to counter international propaganda, and in numerous court cases. He is the co-author (with Elliot Aronson) of Age of Propaganda and (with Doug Shadel) of Weapons of Fraud. A fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, American Psychological Association, and Association for Psychological Science, he is also a member of Ring 216 of the International Brotherhood of Magicians and of the Magic Garage.
Aubrey Daniels, (watch video) a thought leader and internationally recognized expert on management, leadership, safety and workplace issues, is considered an authority on human behavior in the workplace. As founder and chairman of his consulting firm, Aubrey Daniels International (ADI), he and his staff help organizations employ the timeless principles of behavioral science to re-energize the workplace, optimize performance and achieve lasting results.
Among his many accomplishments include:
• Founding the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management
• Founding one of the first OBM consulting firms, Aubrey Daniels International, Inc. (founded as Aubrey Daniels & Associates, Inc., in 1978).
Stayed tuned to learn how to access these first recorded talks!
Submitted by Ryan Olson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Oregon Institute Of Occupational Health Sciences