You may be familiar with the behavioral term ‘’nudging’’ - which uses tech such as apps and calendar reminders to encourage people to eat healthier, exercise more, or meditate daily. Perhaps you are also familiar with behavioral design as a framework to help shape human behavior. Examples span from nudging people to behave in a certain way in traffic, and in public buildings, to prevent crime, and more.
But where do nudging and behavioral design fit into an organizational setting? In fact, nudging and behavioral design are becoming increasingly popular to help us make wiser decisions, hinder biases in decision-making, and help us move people in the right direction for the company.
In our webinar, our panel of experts will address the following questions:
- How can leaders and employees make good use of behavioral design principles to mobilize people to do the right things?
- What are some interesting examples of how nudging and behavioral design are helping organizations on a daily basis - and what can we learn from them?
- What can we learn from neuroscience when helping people reach their goals in an organizational setting?
We will answer these questions and more at our next Session webinar. Our esteemed panelists are equipped with vast experience in behavioral design, habits, and neuroscience. They will help us shed light on the topic and give us concrete examples from their own work experience in helping people and organizations reach their goals.
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Charlotte Berg, Health and Safety Project Manager, Novo Nordisk A/S
Olivier Oullier, Co-Founder & Chairman, Inclusive Brains
The Webinar will be moderated by Session’s founder and CEO, Pernille Hippe Brun
About Session and our webinars
Session is a global online coaching company. The vision of Session is to democratize high-quality business coaching and remove financial and location-based barriers to business education. As part of our vision, we host quarterly webinars on current topics relevant to leading, working, and thriving in modern work life.