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Podcast – The Buzz with B&B Episode 2: Biagi on Sustainability, Mindful Living and Her Teeny Tiny House
In this episode, Biscontini grills Biagi on her zero waste goals, building her tiny house and meatless meals.
Too often, organizational mission statements meet one of two fates: One, they are too long and convoluted, tucked away in an annual report or employee handbook, never to be heard of again, or… two, they are plastered on the walls, embedded in everyone’s email signature and on their coffee cups and pens, and yet no one understands how they contribute to the organization’s mission in the work that they are actually doing.
A sweet, short read, with a good lesson: Often, we get caught up in menial, tedious tasks that are thrust upon us by others, and that aren’t contributing to what we ultimately want to do, and those things usurp our energy and impede our ability to get where we want to be.
The first "CMO Reviews..." article goes to this classic! This book is a super quick read, and perhaps for a complete newbie manager, full of little gems. For my experienced OBM folks, or behavior analysts in general that understand “IT’S ALL THE SAME SCIENCE”, you may not get as much from the read. But for 35-45 minutes of effort, why not settle in with a cup of tea and take a break with this book?
In partnership with W3RKWELL, we’re excited to share this fantastic podcast project – The Buzz with B&B! Listen to episode 1 below to learn about the mission of this project, and how you can get involved!
You might be shocked to hear this... but "engagement" isn't a thing. Guest author Chelsey Whitworth explores the concept of engagement from a behavioral perspective in this guest blog.
Struggling with staff or parents cancelling ABA sessions? In this blog, Shannon provides a novel conceptualization around this problem, suggestions for analysis, and strategies for intervention.
Offering a lot of perks and benefits to employees is often a feather in the cap of business owners and leaders. But are you giving your best stuff away, instead of truly reinforcing employee behavior?