Four Links to Make You Think May 24th - May 28th

Analyzing employee sentiment data for confidence in decision making, a free workshop from Miro, applying behavioral research to dinner parties, and Behavioral Science Club Marathon.

Analyzing employee sentiment data for confidence in decision making

Peakon’s Patrick Cournoyer on turning from a customer to a leader in employee engagement by creating consistent methodology, proprietary markers in data that determine engagement, and understanding sentiment throughout the world.

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Free workshop on Creative Process Design from Miro, one of Signol’s favorite remote work collaboration tools!

Wed, Jun 9, 6:30 PM (CEST).

“Hosted by Triggers founder, creative facilitator, and author of Creative Process Design: A Methodology for Team Ideation and Co-Creation Alejandro Masferrer — this workshop gives you the tools to identify and solve team frictions together (because collective intelligence beats individual intelligence any day).”

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Applying behavioral research to dinner parties?

The Brainy Business Podcast discusses Jon Levy’s work. Author of You’re Invited, where he conducts a study by inviting accomplished strangers 227 times over to his home for dinner with a few rules: no names, no discussion about their backgrounds, cooking mediocre dinner together and cleaning up afterwards. Rather than networking, which can feel insincere, he is seeking to use the Ikea principle to expose vulnerability with new people to build trust.

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Behavioral Science Club marathon

No plans this weekend? We’d like to encourage you to check out the Behavioral Science Club playlist! Founded by Prakash Sharma, check out hour long talks in consumer behavior, research, innovation, marketing and context architecture.

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About Signol

Signol is a software platform that draws on insights from behavioral economics to encourage employees to make more efficient decisions. Signol provides personalized feedback through multiple communication channels, as well as data analysis for managers. In aviation, Signol aims to use behavioral "nudges" and incentives to reduce pollution and fuel waste and cut operating costs.

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