Motivate This! Actionable Behavioral Insights: Jeff Kreisler
mer. 16 janvier 2019 à 00:30
Actionable behavioral insights on engagement, incentives and motivation As the nature of work evolves, it’s vital for business leaders to examine what forces impact productivity, satisfaction, motivation and relationships with and at work. That is, what makes employees “engaged.” Fully engaging employees has never been more important – or less understood. One study suggests that actively disengaged employees cost the U.S. at least $550 billion each year. Despite whatever effort and investment this may have spurred, few organizations have made real progress in achieving true engagement within the ranks of their workforce. Behavioral science – the emerging field that uses scientific rigor to combine traditional economics with human psychology – is here to help. There’s no doubt that those organizations that foster and support engagement through the latest in proven science will be the ones that thrive. Learn how with Jeff. Biography
Jeff Kreisler is just a typical Princeton educated lawyer turned award-winning comedian, best-selling author and champion for behavioral economics. His second book, Dollars And Sense: How We Misthink Money and How To Spend Smarter – co-authored with Dan Ariely – was dubbed one of the Best Business/Personal Finance Books of the Year by The Washington Post ("A brilliant and accessible look at behavioral economics"), Business Insider ("It's the rare kind of book that makes you feel a lot smarter, while simultaneously giving you actionable tips for improving your daily life"), Audible.com, The Huffington Post and more. It is available in 22 countries. Jeff is also Editor-in-Chief of PeopleScience.com, a new thought-leadership platform for applying behavioral science to the modern marketplace. He won the Bill Hicks Spirit Award for Thought Provoking Comedy, writes for TV, politicians & CEOs, has appeared on CBC, CNN, FoxNews, MSNBC, Current TV & Sirius/XM and has toured most of the known world. Jeff tries to use behavioral science, practical experience and humor to understand, explain and change the world. The New York Times calls him “Delectable,” CNBC says, “Laugh out loud - roaring” and his kids still think he’s “cool.” His first book was the satire Get Rich Cheating. Contact
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