10 episodes

The Behavior Change Podcast by Lirio explores the various ways humans can leverage behavioral science to personalize our messaging, engage our audience, and drive better behavior at scale.

The Behavior Change Podcast Lirio

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

The Behavior Change Podcast by Lirio explores the various ways humans can leverage behavioral science to personalize our messaging, engage our audience, and drive better behavior at scale.

    Leveraging Behavioral Design to Increase COVID-19 Vaccinations

    Leveraging Behavioral Design to Increase COVID-19 Vaccinations

    Greg Stielstra, host of The Behavior Change Podcast, welcomes guests Sarah Delaney and Ashley West to discuss the behavioral design report that the pair helped create to increase COVID-19 vaccinations. 

    • 34 min
    How to Leverage the Complexities of Memory to Drive Behavior Change

    How to Leverage the Complexities of Memory to Drive Behavior Change

    On this episode of the Behavior Change podcast, Greg Stielstra, Senior Director of Behavioral Design at Lirio, Matt Johnson, Professor of Consumer Neuroscience and Neuromarketing and Prince Ghuman, Professor of Neuromarketing and Entrepreneurship at Hult International Business School, discussed the science behind human memory, including how to make memories, how to shape them, and how our memories influence the decisions that chart our future.

    • 40 min
    Making Your Communications More Clear

    Making Your Communications More Clear

    Greg Stielstra, the host of The Behavior Change Podcast, explores numerous cognitive biases and the way they affect how people interpret the messages you send. This could be especially important in light of your urgent need to communicate quickly and clearly because of COVID-19. Greg also shares Lirio Bias Brief number 179: Curiosity. 

    • 29 min
    The Surprising Ways Incentives Don't Work, And the Alternatives that Do

    The Surprising Ways Incentives Don't Work, And the Alternatives that Do

    This week on the Behavior Change podcast, Lirio host Greg Stielstra speaks with Sara Dadkhah [https://www.linkedin.com/in/saradadkhah/], Behavioral Researcher at Irrational Labs [https://irrationallabs.com/] about the two types of incentives: intrinsic and extrinsic, and common misconceptions about what works and doesn’t work when it comes to motivating people to change their behavior.

    • 36 min
    Inspiring Better Habits: The Science Behind Making Commitments

    Inspiring Better Habits: The Science Behind Making Commitments

    On this episode of the Behavior Change podcast, Greg Stielstra, Senior Director of Behavioral Science at Lirio, spoke with Evelyn Gosnell, Managing Director at Irrational Labs. Evelyn discussed a wide range of behavioral science topics, such as why we struggle to keep New Year’s resolutions, the power of fresh starts, Ulysses contracts, how incorrect metrics can mislead, and the benefits of the BE bootcamp she leads.

    • 40 min
    Solving From the Outside In: the Art of UX Design

    Solving From the Outside In: the Art of UX Design

    Join us as we discuss UX and UI design with VP and Senior UX Designer at Regions Bank, Mike Rapp. Mike discusses his journey shaping user experiences across various industries, the difference between UX and UI, approaches to UX problem solving, and how it all plays into the art of effective email.

    • 30 min

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8 Ratings

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Having a hard time breaking a habit?

This podcast will explain why. It also sheds light on how we can use behavioral science to effect sustainable behavior change. I enjoy the quick Bias Briefs at the beginning of each episode, every time I find myself thinking “I do that!” Recommended for anyone trying to help, nudge, improve, or otherwise change their own or others’ behaviors.

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