A monthly behavioural science podcast from Ogilvy Consulting
#42 Sam Tatam & Rory Sutherland - Evolutionary Ideas
Evolutionary or revolutionary? In this episode, we hear Sam Tatam and Rory Sutherland discuss Sam’s new book, 'Evolutionary ideas' and discover the benefits of learning how to innovate from adapting what already exists.
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#41 Troy Andrews - The Psychology of Persuasive Presentations
We present to clients, we present to colleagues, we present to our managers. Presentation is an essential part of our every day. So, how to make these presentations more persuasive? It is as easy as learning A – B – C. Tune in to discover a Behavioural Science-based approach to presenting successfully!
#40 Michele Gelfand - The Case for Chaotic People
Which of these words feels more like you? Restraint, prevent, adhere. Or: allow, freedom, create? Professor Michele Gelfand reveals how our words, clothing and culture reflect where we sit on the tight-loose-scale. And importantly, what this says about our behaviour as employees, citizens and leaders.
#39 Dr Clare Purvis - Behavioural Science at Headspace
Imagine you run the world’s largest meditation app — your users are stressed and the pandemic isn’t helping. How do you design your app to get people to stick with it long enough to see meaningful results? Dr Clare Kennedy Purvis explains how she and her team of behavioural scientists at Headspace did just that.
#38 John Cleese & Rory Sutherland - How To Become More Creative?
While some wonder how to become more creative, others already gave up and told themselves they just are not the creative type. In this talk, John Cleese, a legendary actor and Oscar-nominated screenwriter, and Rory Sutherland talk about their experience with creativity and share some valuable wisdom on how everyone can embrace the power of creativity.
I really enjoy this podcast. A lot of insight and useful information.
Good topics - Poor audio
How is it that we can’t get actual microphones for Rory and the guests, at one of the top ad agencies on the planet? Fantastic topics, interesting conversation, sounds horrible.