The Gold Standard for Communicating Behaviours

From Red10 Professor Neil Rackham set the gold standard for Communicating Behaviours when he created his Behavioural Analysis Framework. What is Behavioural Analysis? Behavioural Analysis can be traced back to researchers in the 1950s who: Devised a list of verbal behavioursCounted the number of times each behaviour was used during an observed period Rackham and his colleagues picked this … Continue reading The Gold Standard for Communicating Behaviours

TedTalk: New insights on poverty | Hans Rosling

http://www.ted.com Researcher Hans Rosling uses his cool data tools to show how countries are pulling themselves out of poverty. https://youtu.be/YpKbO6O3O3M He demos Dollar Street, comparing households of varying income levels worldwide. Then he does something really amazing. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the … Continue reading TedTalk: New insights on poverty | Hans Rosling

Personality changes for the better with age

July/August 2003, Vol 34, No. 7 While many may suspect that people's personalities are fixed in childhood, new research suggests that most people's personalities evolve throughout their lives. Personality changes in men and women older than 30 were demonstrated in a study conducted at the University of California, Berkeley, and published recently in the Journal of … Continue reading Personality changes for the better with age

Video: Carl Binder on the Legacy of B.F. Skinner

B.F Skinner was a prominent American psychologist with a fascinating list of achievements based on his behavioral theories of operant conditioning, rate of response for learning in organisms. Among his many achievements, he also led the invention of eLearning in a way with his learning machines for corrective and formative feedback. In this episode, we … Continue reading Video: Carl Binder on the Legacy of B.F. Skinner