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Welcome to the Behavioral Design Podcast by Habit Weekly. A fun and engaging way to learn about applied behavioral science and how to design for behavior change. Hosted by Samuel Salzer, behavioral strategist & author, and featuring leading behavioral practitioners from around the world. Habit Weekly is the leading source of insights and content on behavioral design. Visit Habitweekly.com to access resources, learn more, and to join for the popular newsletter.
Self-Applied Behavioral Science with David Perrott
This episode is a conversation with David Perrott focused on the fascinating world of self-applied behavioral science. This means what we can do with the tools and insights of behavioral science to better our own lives.David is the perfect person to speak with on this topic. He's a leading behavioral science practitioner based in South Africa with extensive experience working at the intersection of applied behavioral science and design. And David has also developed Circles in Time, a comprehensive and systematic framework to help individuals apply behavioral science learnings to their personal and professional lives.We had a great conversation discussing Circles in Time, of course, and all things self-applied behavioral science. From advice on how to set up a personal system to goal setting and running self-experiments. You'll also get to know which South African business has the best must-see commercials. Fun stuff indeed. I hope you'll find it as enlightening as I did.Show notes:Circles in Time – The Next ProgramSample of One PodcastDavid on Twitter & LinkedInNando Commerical #1Nando Commerical #2Recent blog posts by David: Is Applied Behavioural Science reaching a Local Maximum?
This episode of the Behavioral Design podcast is a conversation with Elspeth Kirkman and Michael Hallsworth. These are truly two heavy hitters when it comes to putting behavioral science to practice.Elspeth founded BIT's North American office before returning to the UK to run the organization's social policy portfolio out of London. She has taught behavioral insights courses at Harvard and Warwick Universities and is a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at King's College London.Michael is the Managing Director, North America for the Behavioural Insights Team and an Assistant Professor (Adjunct) at Columbia University. Michael has also been a leading figure in developing the field of applying behavioral science to government. He has fifteen years’ experience of developing policy and designing services for national governments and international organizations. He has a PhD in behavioral economics from Imperial College London, where he is also an Honorary Lecturer.Michael and Elspeth just released their book Behavioral Insights - An accessible introduction to the behavioral insights approach, which applies evidence about human behavior to practical problems. It's a great read and you might even call it the definitive introduction to the behavioral insights approach.Listen in for a great conversation discussing the book of course, but much more including habits, the future of the field, and how to get started as a behavioral science practitioner.
Welcome to the Behavioral Design podcast by Habit Weekly, hosted by Samuel Salzer.This episode is a conversation with Torben Emmerling. Torben is the Founder and Managing Partner of the behavioral consultancy firm Affective Advisory and acts as Non-Executive Director of the newly founded GAABS - The Global Association of Applied Behavioural Scientists. He's also the author of the D.R.I.V.E.® Framework for applied behavioral science in strategy and public policy and a seasoned keynote speaker.This was recorded with a live audience on Zoom and we had a great conversation discussing GAABS, the DRIVE Framework, and the challenges of founding and managing a behavioral consultancy + more. Hope you'll find it as enlightening as I did.Relevant Links:Torben's firm Affective AdvisoryThe D.R.I.V.E.® Framework PrizmBetter Decision Making ArticleThe Association - GAABSThe Behavioral Design podcast is about how we can become better at systematically designing for behavior change. It is discipline agnostic in that we'll explore the best insights from behavioral science, behavioral economics, service design, Gamification, and everything in between. The uniting theme is building an understanding behavior change in the real world.If you also are interested in behavior change, habits, and how to create the greatest positive impact then you've come to the right place. This is the podcast for you.
Designing for Behavior Change with Stephen Wendel
Welcome to the Behavioral Design podcast by Habit Weekly, hosted by Samuel Salzer.This first episode is a conversation with Stephen Wendel. Steve is one of the most experienced applied behavioral practitioners in the world. He's head of behavioral science at Morningstar where his team develops and tests practical techniques to help people overcome common behavioral obstacles in their finances. Steve is the author of three books on applied behavioral science and founder of the non-profit Action Design Network, which educates the public about behavioral science and product design. The Behavioral Design podcast is about how we can become better at systematically designing for behavior change. It is discipline agnostic in that we'll explore the best insights from behavioral science, behavioral economics, service design, Gamification, and everything in between. The uniting theme is building an understanding of behavior change in the real world.If you also are interested in behavior change, habits, and how to create the greatest positive impact then you've come to the right place. This is the podcast for you.
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