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Best Nick Hobson podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Nick Hobson podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Welcome to the 'It's All Just a Bunch of BS' podcast, the show that looks at how behavioral change insights are being applied “in the wild”. Episodes feature renowned behavioral experts across industries and organizations, from management and marketing to policy and public health, and more. The BS podcast is for those listeners whose jobs involve ... well, humans. UX/UI? Human resources? Marketing? Sales? Research? Design? Product innovation? You name it … there’s something for you in this show.
 
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The creator and star of “I May Destroy You” talks to Anne McElvoy about turning her experience of assault into a new drama probing the grey areas around sexual consent. Coel also opens up about the racist slurs she endured at the prestigious London Guildhall drama school. And, should good TV make people uncomfortable and the secret to the perfect y…
 
Dr. Steph Johnson is an associate professor of Organizational Leadership and Information Analytics. She holds the Andrea and Michael Leeds Research Fellowship, is the Director of the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative, and is a 2020 RIO Fellow. She is a fellow in the Society of Industrial Organizational Psychologists (SIOP) and the American Psychologic…
 
The Economist Asks: David Malpass The president of the World Bank talks to host Anne McElvoy and Henry Curr, our economics editor, about how to stop covid-19 undoing decades of progress on global poverty. A veteran of the Trump and Reagan administrations, David Malpass argues that the private sector needs to step up. And what role should China play…
 
Seventy-five years after the foundation of the United Nations, host Anne McElvoy and Daniel Franklin, The Economist’s diplomatic editor, ask Secretary-General Guterres whether the organisation still works. The dysfunctional relationship between its three dominant powers, America, China and Russia, has dangerous consequences—does the UN need to rein…
 
Julia is Partner at Boston Consulting Group and cofounder and leader of BeSmart, BCG's behavioral economics and insights initiative. In this role, she brings her passion and experience designing complex system transformation through nuanced behavioral change to clients in the public and private sectors. Julia has advised and implemented transformat…
 
How can business be braver on race? Anne McElvoy asks Mellody Hobson, co-CEO of Ariel Investments, whether investors should divest from companies that don’t do enough to address racial inequality. Hobson also explains the challenges of managing diverse views, in particular when it comes to investing in the tobacco industry. And, what does she learn…
 
Maria Konnikova is psychologist and author of two New York Times best selling books, Confidence Game and Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes. She is a regularly for The New Yorker whose writing has won numerous awards, including the 2019 Excellence in Science Journalism Award from the Society of Personality and Social Psychology. Maria’s …
 
The seismic shock of the coronavirus pandemic has revealed the fragility of an interconnected world. Anne McElvoy and economist Jeffrey Sachs debate whether globalisation is still worth the risks—and whether liberal economists should bear some of the blame. And could the end of American leadership on the world stage help President Donald Trump’s re…
 
Torben Emmerling is the Founder and Managing Partner of the leading Swiss Behavioural Science consultancy Affective Advisory. He is the inventor of the D.R.I.V.E.® framework for behavioural insights in strategy, a seasoned lecturer in Behavioural Science and Applied Consumer Psychology and an accomplished trainer and keynote speaker. Torben has ove…
 
Valerie Jarrett was President Obama's longest serving senior adviser, with responsibility for criminal justice and police reform. In the wake of the killing of George Floyd and protests across the country, Anne McElvoy asks whether this moment could be a turning point on racial equality in America and which changes to policing would have the most e…
 
Jason leads PwC Australia’s behavioral economics practice. He specializes in economics, evolution, and behavioral science. Previously, he was data science lead with Australia's corporate, markets, and financial services regulator, and has also worked as a lawyer and an economic policy adviser with the Australian Treasury. He has a Ph.D. from the Un…
 
America’s independent restaurants face a future in which half their tables stand empty. Anne McElvoy asks award-winning chef and restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson how restaurants can reinvent their business models to survive. They talk about converting chic eateries into community kitchens in the covid-19 crisis and why he thinks Joe Biden deserves a …
 
Based on the style of my live set for Progress:on at the end of December, heres my winter mixtape. Warmup mode house and deep electronic, 2 hours of fresh new music recorded in one take and unplanned as always. As always, I've tried to focus on sounds that move me, inspire me and keep me coming back for more. Enjoy :) tracklist: 1. adrianos papadea…
 
The writer of “The Wire” and “The Deuce” takes a break from the dark side of real life to explore an alternative history in which Franklin D Roosevelt lost the 1940 presidential election to an anti-Semitic isolationist—on a platform to lead America towards fascism. As the country prepares for a very different election, Anne McElvoy asks David Simon…
 
This is a reverse style interview with the podcast's host, Nick Hobson. In this episode, former guest from Season 1, sits down with Nick to discuss the state of the field of behavioral insights, from the personal vantage point of leaving academia and entering into practice. There's also a winding conversation talking about Nick's main line of work:…
 
Caroline Roux holds the Concordia University Research Chair in Psychology of Resource Scarcity. Her primary area of research explores how reminders of resource scarcity affect consumers’ cognitions, judgment, and behavior. More broadly, her research interests focus on better understanding how pro-social values and moral considerations influence con…
 
Liberty is curtailed around the world during the global pandemic. With the costs of lockdown mounting, Americans are divided over how far and how fast to reopen. Anne McElvoy asks Dan Crenshaw, a rising star in the Republican ranks in Congress, whether the coronavirus is forcing conservatives to embrace a new era of big government. As his own state…
 
Dr. Wendy Wood is Provost Professor of Psychology and Business at the University of Southern California, where she teaches classes on behavior change. Given her research over the past 30 years, she is widely considered the world scientific expert on habit formation and change. She has published over 100 articles, and her research has been supported…
 
Rory is the Vice Chairman of Ogilvy, and has co-founded a behavioural science practice within the agency. He works talented psychology graduates who look for ‘unseen opportunities’ in consumer behaviour - these are the very small contextual changes which can have enormous effects on the decisions people make - for instance tripling the sales rate o…
 
Cass Sunstein is the founder and director of the Program on Behavioral Economics and Public Policy at Harvard Law School. In 2018, he received the Holberg Prize from the government of Norway, sometimes described as the equivalent of the Nobel Prize for law and the humanities. From 2009 to 2012, he was Administrator of the White House Office of Info…
 
Seventy-five years after the end of the second world war in Europe, armed forces around the world have been mobilised to fight a new common enemy. Anne McElvoy asks General Sir Nick Carter, Britain's chief of the defence staff, what lessons past wars hold for conquering the coronavirus. He explains the work of the secretive 77 Brigade in fighting d…
 
In a year of plagues, power struggles and star-crossed lovers divided by lockdown, Anne McElvoy asks James Shapiro, author of “Shakespeare in a Divided America”, what the bard would make of it all. Shakespeare is claimed by Americans of all political stripes. But how can a lad from 16th-century Stratford-upon-Avon illuminate the past and future of …
 
Tim Kachuriak is the founder and Chief Innovation and Optimization Officer for NextAfter, a fundraising research lab consultancy, and training institute that works with charities, nonprofits and NGOs to help them grow their resource capacity. A nonprofit thought leader, Kachuriak is the author of the book Optimize Your Fundraising, lead researcher …
 
As a Behavioural Consulting Lead at Cowry, April helps clients to solve business problems using behavioural science. April has been studying the field of human behaviour for nearly a decade, and holds degrees in Psychology and Behaviour Change. At the University of St Andrews she focussed on how evolutionary forces have shaped modern day behaviour …
 
As billions of people remain in lockdown to stem the coronavirus, Anne McElvoy asks the Chilean author whether imagination is the cure for isolation. Allende, who lives in California, talks about why she loves her adopted home and her hopes for the political future of Latin America. Plus, long lunches, hard truths with Pablo Neruda, and the urgent …
 
A global contagion requires global solutions. The big technology platforms that have been targets of politicians and regulators are now at the centre of efforts to fight the coronavirus. Anne McElvoy asks Margrethe Vestager, EU competition commissioner, whether the pandemic has killed the techlash. The “giant-slayer” in charge of the EU’s digital s…
 
As governments around the world see their finances savaged by the pandemic, emerging economies are crying out for cash. More countries are turning to the International Monetary Fund for support than at any point in its history. In an exclusive podcast interview ahead of its Spring Meetings, host Anne McElvoy and Zanny Minton Beddoes, The Economist’…
 
Rob is CEO of a behavior design and gamification consultancy called Influence Insights where he works with tech companies to make products users love through the application of behavioral science and video game design principles. He’s also a behavioral product strategist for a startup foundry called Spark Wave where he helps build products from the…
 
The global total of confirmed coronavirus cases has exceeded one million; a quarter of them are in America. The new epicentre of this pandemic is the New York tri-state area. As politicians argue over how to save lives and the economy, Anne McElvoy asks Cory Booker, a senator from New Jersey, whether America can unite to fight the virus. They talk …
 
is an applied behavioral scientist who helps organizations create human-centered client experiences using qualitative and quantitative research methods and executive coaching. Silja holds a Behavioral Science Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge and has worked with industry and governmental organizations across Europe, the US and Southeast Asia. …
 
The physical immune is fine-tuned by natural selection to fight off nasty invaders that enter into our body. What you might now know though, is that we also have what’s called the behavioral immune system (or BIS), and BIS protects us from transmissible pathogens and parasites that pass from human to human. The Behavioral Immune System is a cluster…
 
For decades Sir David Attenborough has brought the natural world into people’s homes. But his upcoming film, “A Life On Our Planet”, offers a stark message about human impact on the environment. Anne McElvoy asks the godfather of natural history television where he draws the line between wonder and warning. Does his work have the power to change he…
 
Aaron is co-founder and president of Trust Included, consultancy that offers scientifically validated solutions to help organizations overcome challenges and proactively meet the future through initiatives related to wellness culture, leadership, and employee experience. Aaron is a , a reviewer for the Journal of Personality and Individual Differen…
 
Why is America divided? Anne McElvoy asks the editor-at-large of Vox Media and podcast host about whether the coronavirus pandemic will bring Americans together or further apart, if Donald Trump is a symptom or cause of polarization in America and why podcasts are the platform to find common ground. Also, when did Klein last change his mind? Please…
 
Michael Inzlicht is a Research Excellence Faculty Scholar at the University of Toronto. His primary appointment is as Professor in the Department of Psychology, but he is also cross-appointed as Professor at the Rotman School of Management. Michael conducts research that sits at the boundaries of social psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscien…
 
The covid-19 pandemic is spreading fast, bringing immense uncertainty to individuals, governments and the global economy. Lord Mervyn King, who led the Bank of England through the depths of the global financial crisis, faced turbulent times. Anne McElvoy asks the former governor whether forecasters can keep up in the era of coronavirus. Also, how p…
 
Ali Fenwick is Managing Partner and head of Behavioral Insights at LEAD TCM&L and Professor of organizational behavior at Hult International School of Business. By using the scientific method and modern-day data science applications, Ali and his team at LEAD TCML run behavioral experiments and design behavioral interventions for business organizati…
 
We tend to like people who are prototypical or representative of the group. In the context of organizations, this social bias means we like leaders who we think are gold standard examples of the group we work for. This in itself isn’t a bad thing, per se. But in terms of leadership selection in current organizations, there’s a backfire effect. Cons…
 
The French designer’s red-soled shoes have won devotees from Aretha Franklin to Cardi B. But when what it means to be feminine, sexy and fashionable is being redefined, where does the stiletto stand? In Paris, Anne McElvoy asks Christian Louboutin where the line lies between fashion and fetishism. Is veganism a fad and how is he preparing the busin…
 
Charlotte Blank is one of the world’s first “chief behavioral officers.” As CBO of Maritz, Charlotte leads Maritz’s practice of behavioral science and innovation. She forges the connection between academic theory and applied business practice, by elevating the use of field research to advance our understanding of human behavior in the modern market…
 
We are a goal driven species. So much so, my hunch is that even the earliest homo sapiens were juggling lists of hunter-gatherer type to-dos, multi-tasking their way through the African Savanah. And of course as we know now, modern humans are doing more things at the same time than ever before. So the question becomes, How do we navigate between mu…
 
America is enjoying its longest ever economic growth spurt. How much longer can it last? The spread of the new coronavirus is threatening global growth, the link between lower unemployment and higher inflation seems to have gone missing, and central banks are facing politically motivated attacks. Janet Yellen, the first woman to chair the Federal R…
 
Richard is a highly experienced practitioner, speaker and writer on behavioural science in business with a focus on communications and technology… , Richard is VP of BVA Nudge Unit UK, the founder of the consultancy Communication Science Group, and a board member of the Association for Business Psychology. He has been featured on BBC radio and in H…
 
Fake news is a problem. It's a problem on the internet. It’s a problem in our politics and public discourse. It’s a problem in ad campaigns. Generally, it’s a problem for society and the businesses or organizations that are involved, for better or worse, mostly mostly big tech and social media. So the question on everyone’s mind these days: How doe…
 
Technology has transformed the way extremist groups recruit and mobilise their members. Julia Ebner, author of “Going Dark”, spent two years undercover inside radical organisations of all political hues. This week, in the wake of a far-right terrorist attack in the German town of Hanau, Anne McElvoy asks her what drives perpetrators to commit mass …
 
Nancy Duarte is a communication expert who has been featured in Fortune, Time Magazine, Forbes, Fast Company, Wired, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Cosmopolitan Magazine, and CNN. Her firm, Duarte, Inc., is the global leader behind some of the most influential visual messages in business and culture. As a persuasion special…
 
We’ve come to know these two things. First, our modern work environment, with its constantly dinging and pinging technologies and open office designs, makes us more susceptible than ever to the distractions of multi-tasking. And second, we hear again and again, all about the dangers of multi-tasking and how we all need to be focusing our absolute a…
 
The idea that inequality is rising is being used to explain everything from tribalism to low voter turnout. But how much is known about the gap between the haves and the have-nots, is it growing and why does it matter? Economist Thomas Piketty, dubbed “the modern Marx” for his theories on how wealth concentrates, talks to Anne McElvoy and Henry Cur…
 
Christian Hunt is the Founder of Human Risk Limited, a Behavioral Science (BeSci) Consulting and Training Firm specializing in the fields of Risk, Compliance, Conduct & Culture. He was formerly head of Behavioral Science at UBS, a role specifically created for him, and coming out of a related position as Head of Compliance and Operational Risk Cont…
 
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