A monthly behavioural science podcast from Ogilvy Consulting
#32 - Dr David Sloan Wilson
Dr. David Sloan Wilson’s work on Evolution has threaded through biology, anthropology, psychology, bioengineering, philosophy, and religion. In O Behave’s latest episode, he joins Rory Sutherland in conversation to unpack the greatest misconceptions about evolutionary theory and how we might address them.
#31 - Louise Nicolson & The Entrepreneurial Myth
Best selling author and serial entrepreneur Louise Nicolson joins Rory Sutherland and Kimberly Richter to discuss her new book, The Entrepreneurial Myth.
Tune in to hear their reflections on entrepreneurship, the stories we tell ourselves about success and failure, and innovation as a product of necessity.
#31 - Robert West - What really motivates us?
Robert West, Professor of Health Psychology at University College London sits down with Ella Jenkins and talks us through his long career in health and behaviours - as we ask 'what really motivates us?'
#30 - Why are we so WEIRD?
An honest, open discussion about diversity and inclusion in behavioural science and beyond. With:
Cerita D. Bethea, Director of Behavioural Science at Coca Cola
Neela A. Saldanha, Seniour Advisor at Busara Center for Behavioral Economics
Grace Lordan, Associate Professor in Behavioural Science & Director of TII London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Moderated by Chris Graves, Center for Behavioral Science at Ogilvy
#29 - Time and How to Spend It (in Lockdown)With James Wallman
On this month's episode Kimberly and Mike chat to experience design expert James Wallman to talk psychology, economics, and culture. Tune into the discussion as he unpacks his seven-point checklist for making the most of your free hours.
#28 - What is the future of working? With Dr Caitlin McDonald and Karen Rubin
On this month's episode Chloe and Ella from the team ask anthropologist Dr Caitlin McDonald, and Karen Rubin CRO at Owl Labs, for their take on the future of working. Is the psychology of videoconferencing yet to catch up with the technology?