The Good Samaritan Experiment. No Time to Care?

The Good Samaritan Experiment. This is a really interesting bit of work for anyone involved in how care is provided. Dave Snowden originally switched me on to it, and Dr Rebecca Sharp picked it up again at the Bangor University Festival of Behaviour Change (#behfest16 link here) in a session about ‘Good People do Bad […]

Speaking Moth. How (not) to Prepare for a Performance Review

This is a brilliantly weird story I heard last week. Thank you to Andy Middleton from TYF for letting me share it. Saturday Night at the Pub. Picture saturday night in an Australian Outback mining settlement, a good few years ago. At the local (only) Pub is a younger Andy, sampling the hospitality. As the […]

The Dangerous Olive of Evidence and Stop Chasing Innovation #behfest16

This is a week 2 #behfest16, Festival of Behaviour Change update from Bangor University, programme link here. The Dangerous Olive of Evidence. Yes, that does sound a bit weird, but please stick with me for the explanation. Close your eyes and just imagine an Olive (don’t worry, I’m not trying to trick you into a […]

We are not on the road to Nirvana, so how do we get there? #BehFest16

This is an experimental post, please be tolerant. It is linked to the Festival of Behaviour Change at Bangor University (9th-20th May), programme and booking details available here. Olwen Williams (@OlwenOlwen) asked me to help out with the #wedocs Twitter chat on the 18th May, by writing a blog post to help prompt the discussion. The […]