Managing Behavior Change: Moving Past Barriers
October 9 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDTFree
Many of us set goals for ourselves. Some goals—such as losing weight, getting more exercise, or being more sustainable—are set with the best of intentions, but the reality is that myriad factors can get in the way of you achieving them. The study of our winding, sometimes circuitous paths to achievement is called behavior change management. Individual and group behavior change can lead to significant improvements in gathering the stakeholder support and engagement needed to implement sustainable practices, create culture change, and reduce carbon emissions on college campuses. Join Dallase Scott, Director of Change Management for GreenerU, for a lively and fun presentation on how psychology can be an invaluable tool to breaking through behavior change roadblocks on your campus.
Dallase Scott, Director of Change Management, GreenerU
Dallase Scott is the Director of Change Management for GreenerU. She is skilled in the nuances of group dynamics and effective facilitation and has leveraged her in-depth knowledge of sustainability, behavior theory, and the operations of higher education to develop GreenerU programs from conception through implementation.