February 1, 2019 - February 1, 2019

Working Together in Practice and Business (1 CEU)

$20.00

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Description

Speaker: Todd A. Ward, PhD, BCBA-D (President, bSci21Media, LLC)

Date: Friday, February 1st from 11am-Noon Central Standard Time

1 Type II CEU

Abstract: As BCBAs working with clients, their families, team members, and as employees or leaders in a larger organization, we have to work with other people to produce outcomes that aren’t achievable by any single person alone.  This simple fact can lead to a supportive and thriving work culture or can contribute to burnout, turnover, and termination of services.

This presentation will give you tools to more explicitly design better working relations across all domains of your professional life with the metacontingency.  The metacontingeny was developed in the 1980s and has been refined over the decades, with applications in Organizational Behavior Management, Behavioral Systems Analysis, and everyday social interactions. It describes how Interlocking Behavioral Contingencies (IBCs), formed when the behavior or behavioral product from one person functions as the antecedent or consequence for the behavior of another person, generate aggregate products that feedback into the group or organization to affect its future recurrence.  

Learning Objectives:
 
1) Participants will be able to design an Interlocking Behavioral Contingency in their workplace.
2) Participants will be able to distinguish between a behavior and behavioral product.
3) Participants will be able to specify two meaningful aggregate outcomes for their work or business.

 

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*Please allow one business day for processing.  You will receive a webinar link and password in the purchase notes of your emailed receipt.

 

For any questions or inquiries into group rates, please contact dev@bsci21.org.

ACE Provider # OP-16-2609

The Behavior Analyst Certification Board (“BACB”) does not sponsor, approve or endorse bSci21Media, the materials, information or sessions identified herein.

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