Stories, science and secrets from the world’s brightest thought-leaders. Behavioral Grooves is the podcast that satisfies your curiosity of why we do what we do. Explanations of human behavior that will improve your relationships, your wellbeing, and your organization by helping you find your groove.
Trust: The Four Key Steps to Genuinely Build It | Sandra Sucher
The Covid pandemic has seen people around the globe question their trust in leadership. What impact does this have on business leaders? Can organizations ever rebuild trust? What are the building blocks of trust? We draw back the layers to these questions with Sandra Sucher, co-author of “The Power of Trust: How Companies Build It, Lose It, Regain It”.
Focus More on HOW to Think, and Less on WHAT to Think | Dr. Howard Rankin PhD
If we are open minded, we challenge our beliefs and accept that our thinking can, at times, be misguided. After all, our thoughts are merely a function of our personal habits, experiences and internal communication. Dr Howard Rankin PhD encourages us to recognize the value of critical thinking, and become more aware of our own consciousness.
Need a Laugh to Get Through Your Workday? Dan Hill
Need some respite from the work day grind? Join this fun episode for a light-hearted take on workplace humor. Dan Hill delivers a real tongue-in-cheek take on the corporate lingo and jargon that infiltrates our workplaces. And why we should be embracing jokes at work to address some serious issues.
Feeling Fearful: Why People Seek Out Conspiracy Theories | Eric Oliver
What makes us more likely to believe in conspiracy theories? Can our religious beliefs or political affiliations determine whether we‘re less likely to believe in scientific facts? Why are health conspiracy theories some of the most widely believed notions? We revisit a conversation with Eric Oliver who talks us through the factors that drive people towards conspiracy theories.
Why We Are More Vulnerable To Harmful Conspiracy Theories Than We Think | Andy Norman
Conspiracy theories are like parasites infecting our minds. Without a healthy mental immune system, we are vulnerable to the harmful nature of bad ideas. So how do we keep ourselves immune from harmful mind parasites? Andy Norman has devised a comprehensive framework for inoculating our minds against viral nonsense.
Conspiracy Theories: How To Talk to A Science Denier | Lee McIntyre
How do you respond to someone who says “the earth is flat” or “Covid is a hoax”? Before we can try and reason with conspiracy theorists, we must first understand the reason they have ventured down that path. Lee McIntyre has spent years researching science deniers and has found a common set of traits in their behavior. He also argues that we shouldn’t sit back and assume conspiracy theories are harmless. Find out more from Lee in this episode about how to talk with science deniers and how even to change their minds about the facts.
I absolutely LOVE this podcast
If there were more people as intellectually curious and open as Kurt and Tim we would be living in a more peaceful world. When I listen to the questions and conversations on Behavioral Grooves I feel energized to keep learning and engaging with people who have different perspectives than mine.
Add this to your podcast rotation!
Look, I know what you’re going to think. Another podcast with two dudes talking to each other. I thought that too and didn’t listen until one of my colleagues was featured in one of the episodes. And then, I realize that these are two really funny, smart, and most importantly, kind dudes talking to each other. It’s really worth your time! Thanks guys for a great podcast.
A Must Play in My Queue
Always thrilled when a new episode lands in the queue. Tim and Kurt explore many meaty topics hosting an endless stream of fascinating guests. I love the banter and the grooves. Highly, highly recommended.