Greg welcomes Lirio’s new Chief Behavioral Officer, Chandra Osborn, Ph.D., MPH to The Behavior Change Podcast. Listen as they discuss Chandra’s background in behavioral science and psychology, her experience working at Vanderbilt University and One Drop, her exciting position at Lirio, and her affinity for pineapples.
Lirio is thrilled to be a part of the speaking lineup at ACEEE 2018 Conference on Health, Environment, and Energy in New Orleans December 3-5!
We learned through feedback that there are some simple reasons why a woman might avoid her mammogram. Here are some of the best ways to change her mind.
Lirio captured feedback from women ages 40 and up about why they chose not to schedule a mammogram. The results revealed some unexpected insights.
Our name may be new, but Lirio has a history of applying behavioral archetypes (or personas) at scale to drive behavior change and improve outcomes. In fact, we have been working to perfect our behavioral segmentation and engagement solution for almost eight years!
Each customer wants to be seen for the individual they are, which is much more than an account number. And who could blame them? So, how can your utility harness behavioral insights on customers to exceed their expectations at each interaction?
Be they customers, clients, or patients—What makes your audience tick? Fundamental factors, such as worldview thinking styles, deeper emotional drivers, and other psychographic characteristics, help determine how an individual perceives and reacts to every message they receive.
Swipe left. In a world where the gateway to romance is split-second judgment, first impressions are all that matter. Research shows the human attention span is up to three seconds shorter than that of a goldfish … Still with us?