Did you eat too much this Thanksgiving? You can probably put some of the blame on unit bias, #22 on Lirio’s list. Here’s how it can work for you.
Lirio gained a combined 60 years of technology experience in Q3, 2018. Lirio is rapidly expanding in its mission to help utility and healthcare clients motivate their contacts to adopt better, healthier behavior at a mass scale.
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!
Lirio announced today that Patrick Carlton, an account director with over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry, has joined Lirio.
Machine learning expert Chris Symons, Ph.D., joins Lirio after 15 years of leadership experience at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Halloween is not the only time of year most people wear masks. Learn about bias #176: Impostor Syndrome. Have no fear—Lirio is here to help!
Bias #6: Cognitive fluency is the ease with which our brains process information. It may have helped O.J. Simpson walk. It can also help you communicate better.
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.
Bias #24: Loss aversion happens because people would rather avoid a loss than gain an equivalent reward. Here’s how you can use it to help your audience…
Lirio captured feedback from women ages 40 and up about why they chose not to schedule a mammogram. The results revealed some unexpected insights.