Our guest today is an authority on learning and behavior change. Author of the book "Design for how people learn" Julie Dirksen combines modern usability research with psychological studies and behavioral economics to help people learn better. She's also delightfully practical and always seems to have some real-world example to illustrate a larger point. I hope you enjoy today's conversation about learning and change, here on Doable change.
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Today we'll talk with a statistician who's helped several governments, hundreds of organizations, and tens of thousands people measure the value of change. Get ready for a very interesting conversation Douglas Hubbard, author of serval books including "How To Measure Anything".
This episode's FREE giveaway is a copy of that book.
Today we'll be talking with someone whose bio reads like a modern fairy tale. She's worked with some of the biggest names in music and show business before they were big, and then helped them deal with the life altering impacts of that success. She's the person the Grammy Awards bring in when there's been a bomb threat, to ensure that the coast is clear. She's worked with governments in hostage negotiations to bring people to safety. And with world-renown scientists on communications between species. She works with corporations to be more effective and less destructive. She's helped thousands and thousands of people directly through physical healing work, and her psychological work with entire family systems. But you've probably never hear her name: our guest today is Phyllis Laursen. I was fortunate enough to meet Phyllis when I a mere 15 years old, and I'm happy to say that we've been friends ever since. Here's my conversation with Phyllis on making change doable, here on Doable Change.
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