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Webcast: Design Your Best Worklife (ft. Dr. Kyra Bobinet)

August 30, 2018 Resource

 

About This Webcast

As humans, we often experience the same ol’ dilemma - we can't always get ourselves to do what we know is best for us. But why? 

Brain and behavior sciences have exploded in recent years. “Brain science” and “design thinking” go hand-in-hand into helping us figure out why our employees do what they do--and how they can change. The technologically advanced world we live in today, with the help of design interventions, products and experiences, empowers us to the be the ultimate designers of worklife.

Join Dr. Kyra Bobinet in this Whil Webcast, as she explains how to use psychology, behavior and neuroscience to:

  • Change your employees’ health
  • Improve your work relationships
  • Enhance your company’s general wellbeing

The success or failure of changing our lives hinges on both understanding what's going on inside our head and applying the flexible mindset of a designer. 

As with all Whil webcasts, this qualifies for 1 hour of SHRM continuing education credit

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About Dr. Kyra Bobinet

As the CEO-founder of engagedIN, a behavior design firm sprouted out of Stanford, Kyra is devoting her life to helping people crack the code of how, what, and especially, WHY we engage in things.
Kyra has founded several healthcare start-ups, spanning behavior health, population health, and mobile health. She has designed behavior change programs, big data algorithms, billion dollar products, mobile health apps, and evidence-based studies in mind-body and metabolic medicine.
Dr. Bobinet currently co-teaches courses at Stanford School of Medicine on patient engagement and empowerment, and health design with Dr. Larry Chu, founder of MedicineX. 
Dr. Bobinet received her Masters in Public Health at Harvard University, specializing in Healthcare Management, Technology-enabled Behavior Change, and Population Health Management. She received her medical degree from the UCSF School of Medicine.

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