About This Resource
This session was part of the 2022-2023 Strengthen Program Design CE Series
During this session we will explore the initial stages of interacting with potential employees including recruiting and outreach; interviewing and hiring; and onboarding and expectation-setting.
Specifically, we’ll cover the concepts behind the science of scarcity and the stages of readiness for change. We’ll be joined by trusted experts, including long-time ESE consultant Terri Feeley and the team at Bright Endeavors — a REDF Community member and peer ESE that is a leader in integrating brain science on trauma into their program design. This session is part one of the three-part Program Design Track, an introductory course for designing an employee supports program. At the end of this track, participants will be better equipped to document their program design.
Each Program Design session will include:
- Synthesis of knowledge from the fields of behavior economics and brain science to provide useful frameworks for thinking through behavior change and goal attainment, through what we’re calling Science Bites
- Best practices for applying the relevant science including tools and resources you can implement
- Case studies and examples from ESEs
Audience: It is designed for program directors or managers (i.e., senior program staff with ability to make decisions on program model and supports); and CEOs, Executive Directors, or Enterprise Directors/Managers with responsibility for program design.
Below is the session recording and accompanying materials
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