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Real, human stories with practical tips for leaders who want to evolve themselves and their teams, creating an evolved culture. Dr. Laura Gallaher is an organizational psychologist who has been hired by Disney and also NASA to help transform culture. Her company, Gallaher Edge, has helped multiple small businesses grow to successful acquisition.
 
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With summer just around the corner, many of us will have ample time to enjoy our leisure pursuits. But not everyone develops robust and entertaining hobby-finding behavior spontaneously. This week we're reviewing articles on supporting participation of autistic students and students with developmental disabilities in fun activities like computers, …
 
Gather round, employees! I’ve bought you all something so special. You’ll want to work twice as hard once you see what it is. Drumroll please. It’s tickets to the opera! What’s that? You don’t care for hours of singing in German? You can’t easily get a babysitter for a four-hour trip to the big city much less pay for parking? Well, guess I should h…
 
3 Steps to Apply Personas to Social Media Marketing In this episode, Katana Lemelin shares three steps you can take to apply personas to your social media content. Katana discusses how to define your audience, craft buyer personas, and apply them to social media posts. PODCAST HOST BIO Katana Lemelin is the Digital Marketing Consultant at Clicksuas…
 
We’d all love to ensure our teaching occurs at maximal efficiency, but it can be so hard to take advantage of emergent relations. What if Dr. Brian Blair and Dr. Lesley Shawler had some simple tech tweaks that you could explore to set up your own emergent relations training systems to make teaching efficient without the need for expensive software.…
 
Serial entrepreneur, Jonathan Taylor, has started seven companies, acquired 18 and sold three, for an undisclosed amount surpassing a quarter of a billion dollars. And yet he still was open to learning more effective ways to run businesses when he did the work of The Human Element. In this episode, he joins me to discuss his surprise at how often h…
 
After a year cooped inside, are you unsure how to start your summer? What if I told you that there was a podcast all about promoting new leisure skills, identifying reinforcers for adults, collaborating with other professionals, and learning new information as if by magic? Well, at least thematically, that’s just what we’ll be talking about all Jun…
 
Hey, ABA Inside Track, I thought I told you not to podcast in here no more. Hey, did you record that episode on research on bullying behavior? You took notes on a meta-analysis of current bullying prevention programs and single-subject research looking closer at specific programs in behavior analysis, including a program for individuals with disabi…
 
And yea, the functional analysis sprung from the head of Iwata et al. And the results were good. Fast forward a few decades and researchers are still exploring the limits of this game changing assessment tool, finding ways for BCBAs to conduct safer and faster procedures. And to sum up some recent touchstone moments in this journey, we’re joined by…
 
UNCLE STEVEN CAME TO TOWN Join Katana Lemelin and four core Clicksuasion team members for a discussion about the secretive operation codenamed ‘Uncle Steven's Visit'. On the show with Katana are Anna Silverman, Catie Fromnecht, Cyndi Fifield, and Michael Barbera. This podcast is a conversation about Clicksuasion's acquisition of Novae Design Group,…
 
Unlike mercy, our quality of life does NOT droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven. Instead, our perception of how well (or not) our lives are is based on a number of factors relating to job satisfaction, social relationships, and physical wellbeing. Or so we thought. Turns out, all measures of quality of life may not be created equally, especially…
 
Tom Cannon is the CEO of National Carts, a company that has been around for over 30 years. He talks about the process of creating a common vision when stepping into somebody else’s company, as well as the process of realizing that nothing about the culture was aligned with that future vision. He describes his investment in changing the culture, inc…
 
YOUR RECAP OF FIVE POPULAR CLICKSUASION EPISODES A Clicksuasion recap of 5 previous podcasts covering behavioral constructs such as the importance of time, money management, life-work balance, and consumer marketing trends for 2021. Katana Lemelin recaps discussions from guest speakers such as Dan Pink, Dan Ariely, Michael Barbera and Crystal Suett…
 
We were walking through the park today, because it’s the Merry Merry Month of May! And, who should we run into but our book club pal, Alan, to ring in the new topics we’ll be discussing this month. After reminiscing on the fun of discussing Neurotribes, we look forward to our episodes on quality of life, bullying, and the evolution of the functiona…
 
Got any behavior analytic research? Plenty! And good as only ABA Inside Track could discuss ‘em. Special sweet articles, spicy with bits of behavioral technologies like preference assessments, functional analyses, and plain ones like pre-post test designs that graph up all crunchy. Hard to choose which one to discuss first. That’s some problem. You…
 
This week Camille Morgan, host of the Love, Sex, and ABA podcast, joins us to talk…well, love, sex, and ABA. Specifically we discussed the long and continuing work of the civil rights movement, what verbal behavior and ACT can add to the work of black liberation, and how these conversations relate to equal rights for the LGBTQIA+ community. This ep…
 
Going way back to our very first episode, we’re talking all about tummy time. You know, that fun activity where you put a baby on its stomach to strengthen muscles and minimize the risk of getting a flat head. The one that makes most babies cry hysterically. Now research is here to inform how we can promote this very necessary activity without all …
 
Now that we’ve gotten our vaccines, we’re all back together at the studio table and raring to discuss this month’s episodes. First, we’re taking it back to the beginning with an episode on infant behavior, specifically, tummy time. Then we’ll be joined by Camille Morgan from the Love, Sex, and ABA podcast to discuss LGBTQIA+ diversity. Finally, we …
 
On today’s episode, I talk to Suneera Madhani, the founder and CEO of Stax by Fattmerchant. I met Suneera when she was going through Starter Studio, a tech accelerator in Orlando, FL, and when her team was preparing for incredible growth, she asked for my help to align her team. My purpose in life is to help teams increase their cohesion and effect…
 
We were so fascinated by research on mindfulness in classroom management practices that we hunted down one of the researchers and demanded that they share all their secrets with us. Fortunately, we found the nicest one out there. And he even wrote a book on the subject! Dr. Joshua Felver brings the work of his research group into a deep dive into w…
 
Ready for our newest book club? We discussed Steve Silberman's book "Neurotribes" for over two hours. And that still doesn't cover everything we wanted to get to! Whether viewed as a history of society's relationship with autism, an acknowledgment of autism's place in history, or a look into the future of neurodiversity, we've got hot takes from al…
 
Though many of us have probably spent much of our careers fretting over how we can help autistic children stop engaging in stereotypic or seemingly ritualistic behavior, have we spent enough time asking whether attending to these unique interests might actually be beneficial? This week we’re joined by Tameika Meadows from I Love ABA to flip the scr…
 
If you’re anything like us, you’re probably starting to hit the pandemic wall by now. Rather than trying to white-knuckle through it, we invite you to look at what the ACT research has to offer to improve your personal psychological flexibility in these tough times. And as you’re examining your values and committed actions, perhaps the parents you’…
 
In this Episode Michael Barbera shares the results of several studies that identify how people perceive yard signs at their property and the home service providers who use them. Additionally, he discusses best practices for home service providers when located at client sites. Bio Dr. Michael Barbera, chief behavioral officer at Clicksuasion Labs, i…
 
Coming to you from the distant year of 2022, we bring you some hot, timely takes on the new BCBA Ethics Code!! While the future may have a lot of giant cockroaches attacking our domed cities, we also have some fabulous updates to how diversity and cultural competence plays into our ethical practice. And while Terminator-esque robots run the governm…
 
Dr. Stephanie Lopez joins us to discuss everything SELF; self-improvement, self-awareness, self-accountability and most importantly, SELF-ACCEPTANCE. She shares her personal struggles with a never-ending desire for self-improvement - always trying to accomplish the next thing and never taking time to acknowledge and celebrate achievements along the…
 
It’s our 5th anniversary! And to celebrate, all the episodes this month have silly titles! But the topics we’ll be discussing are anything but silly. More like timely, relevant, and professionally fulfilling. First, we’ll be putting out our hot takes on the updated BACB ethics code. Then we’ll be joined by some special guests, Dr. Evelyn Gould and …
 
When you get to higher education, you should learn something more than facts, right? Shouldn’t you learn how to use those facts to solve new and exciting problems? This week, Dr. Darlene Crone-Todd breaks out the scaffolding and shares her research on how to define and plan for teaching higher-order thinking skills. For students of all ages, if you…
 
Strengthen your relationship with customers through inspiring, clear, and relatable message framing. This webinar is designed to provide insights that could be applied to your organization’s brand with behavioral marketing, engaging visuals, and framed messages crafted to bolster brand awareness. This Clicksights webinar will focus on five current …
 
If you didn’t know the difference between acquired and traumatic brain injuries, have we got a show for you. This week, Dr. Megan Heinicke shares the basics of the evidence-based for treatment of TBIs using the principles of behavior analysis. We discuss the research, the practice, and just how BCBAs should go about entering a new field. This episo…
 
Would you be our Valentine? I think we click (see what we did there?) Join us for this special re-broadcast with research-practitioner, Zoe Chance as we discuss virtual dating, love, flirting, loss aversion, and online dating. Clicksuasion guest Zoe Chance is a researcher-practitioner who teaches interpersonal influence at Yale, consults with Fortu…
 
A goblin horde approaches your part of adventurers. Roll for attack! If the above statement brings back positive memories of your friends, you’re probably a fan of games. If not, you may either a) hate games as much as Jackie or b) benefit from research on improving turn-taking and game-playing abilities. Don’t worry, everyone can learn the basics …
 
While the month may be short on days, it’s certainly not short on awesome behavior analytic content! When we’re not giving each other virtual flowers, we’re finding awesome, new guests to share their knowledge with us. Between discussions of turn-taking, best practice teaching in higher education, and traumatic brain injury, February’s episodes wil…
 
Cultural translator, storyteller, and activist, Tayo Rockson, gets real with us about racism. He discusses the importance of seeing it as a whole and not simply looking at it through our own individual lens. Push outside your comfort zone as we talk about self-reflection, tone policing, and approaching differing opinions, the power of choice, and m…
 
Clicksuasion’s annual Top 6 Consumer Marketing Trends series discusses the shifts in consumer behavior that are likely to affect how people make decisions in 2021. Join this complimentary webinar as we explore the most likely consumer top priorities and expectations for brands in an era of a global pandemic, vulnerability, uncertainty, and cultural…
 
While mindfulness may feel like the new hotness, is there anything in the research that supports its effectiveness in improving classroom behavior? This week we stop our deep breathing exercises to discuss just what makes mindfulness so popular, whether the results match the increased fervor, and whether behavior analysts should be paying attention…
 
Step right up! Step right up! It’s time for the great ethics debate! In this corner, Jackie and Diana, the dynamic duo, ready to convince the listeners that the BACB ethics code fails to do enough to support meaningful ethical problem solving in the repertoire of behavior analysts. And, coming all the way from the other side of the podcast-o-sphere…
 
While we weren’t able to record our live talk at the Thompson Center Conference this year, it did give us time to think about the ethical responsibility of BCBAs to include instruction and support in improving the cultural responsiveness of our supervisees. I mean, how else can we expect the next generations of behavior analysts to improve their ab…
 
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Stephanie Lopez about the first time she experienced The Human Element. She shares stories and examples with us about her journey of self-awareness. She describes the process of discovering that it was her own insecurity that would sometimes trigger behaviors she wanted to change, like being unknowingly passive-aggre…
 
A new year means new podcasts and new resolutions. To help you out, we’re starting off the year with two podcasts all on the topic of ethics. First, we welcome back Dr. Allen Karsina who will literally debate us about the ethics code. Then, we get into the ethics of cultural competence in the practice of a behavior analyst. Finally, we wrap it all …
 
In this episode, we discuss incentives for goal-achievement with Jordan Goldberg, co-founder of stickK. StickK.com is a goal-setting platform that employs incentive-based behavioral economic research by Yale economists Ian Ayres and Dean Karlan. Jordan’s experience places him at the forefront of applied behavioral economics, harnessing social media…
 
This week we discuss improving sedentary behavior, setting meaningful goals for physical activity in the workplace, and how New Year's Resolutions probably won't get you there. And we wouldn’t think of talking about getting in shape without friend of the show, Dr. Nick Green, from BehaviorFit. If you’re tired of click bait New Year articles about f…
 
2020 is finally over! One of the few good things about this dumpster fire of a year is that we get to end it with our buddy Matt Cicoria from the Behavioral Observations podcast. We discuss the lows, the other lows, and force ourselves to think of a few highs. And enjoy some adult beverages because nothing says 2020 like a Zoom call with wine and b…
 
Most people likely entered the year 2020 with a sense of optimism and seeking a fresh start that is associated with a new year. The adage, ‘hindsight is 20/20’, is likely to hold more weight with the previous year than most others in recent history; however, we’ve learned a lot about ourselves, our wants, needs, and what we consider to be important…
 
If social skills are an important component of human development and individuals with autism often have challenges in learning social skills, there must be a curriculum that lets specialists of all backgrounds teach these important lessons, right? Well, maybe? This week we look at what actual research there is behind commercially-available curricul…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has placed a strain on the shipping demand for UPS, FedEx, and the USPS. During this episode, we discuss shipping deadlines for the 2020 holiday season and how to manage customer expectations. DELIVERY SERVICE DEADLINES UPS Dec. 15 – UPS Ground Dec. 21 – UPS 3 Day Select Dec. 22 – UPS 2nd Day Air Dec. 23 – UPS Next Day Air Fed…
 
Despite being a classic component of most parent discipline practices, the average person tends to forget that time out procedures started in the field of behavior analysis. Does this old chestnut still hold value as a part of a behavior management plan? Dr. Jeanne Donaldson joins us this week to review her research on the subject and how time out …
 
Ho ho ho! And a merry podcast! We’re back with a wintry mix of exciting topics featuring a guest we’ve been dying to have on the show, a guest we’ve been dying to have return, and a topic we’ve been dying to explore. Articles for December 2020 Time Out w/ Dr. Jeanne Donaldson Dadds, M.R. & Tully, L.A. (2019). What is it to discipline a child: What …
 
While nobody really wants to go to the dentist, there’s a big difference between a grumbling as you walk in for a cleaning and hiding under the dining room table when the word “fluoride” is uttered. This week, Dr. Kelly McConnell stops by to discuss her research on helping individuals with autism tolerate dental exams, including the do’s and do not…
 
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