The Behavioral Design Podcast

Crafting the Perfect Incentive Program with Kurt Nelson & Tim Houlihan

December 29, 2020 Samuel Salzer Season 1 Episode 6
The Behavioral Design Podcast
Crafting the Perfect Incentive Program with Kurt Nelson & Tim Houlihan
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The Behavioral Design Podcast
Crafting the Perfect Incentive Program with Kurt Nelson & Tim Houlihan
Dec 29, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6
Samuel Salzer

This episode is a fun two for one as it's a conversation with me and the wonderful duo, Kurt Nelson and Tim Houlihan.

You're likely to recognize their voices as they host the popular Behavioral Grooves podcast where they explore the “why we do what we do” question.

Tim is the founder of Behavioral Alchemy, a consultancy in applied behavioral sciences built on dozen years of working with academic partners from Carnegie Mellon, Duke, Columbia, and more.

Kurt earned his doctorate in industrial and organizational psychology and founded his own consultancy, Lantern Group, more than 20 years ago to focus on the application of behavioral science in corporate settings with several Fortune 500 companies as clients.

It proved an interesting chat where we explored Tim & Kurt's journey into the field, their work, including how they've helped Organizations to cope through the many challenges in 2020, and we take a deep dive into incentives and how to structure incentive programs that leads to long-term motivation.

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Show Notes

This episode is a fun two for one as it's a conversation with me and the wonderful duo, Kurt Nelson and Tim Houlihan.

You're likely to recognize their voices as they host the popular Behavioral Grooves podcast where they explore the “why we do what we do” question.

Tim is the founder of Behavioral Alchemy, a consultancy in applied behavioral sciences built on dozen years of working with academic partners from Carnegie Mellon, Duke, Columbia, and more.

Kurt earned his doctorate in industrial and organizational psychology and founded his own consultancy, Lantern Group, more than 20 years ago to focus on the application of behavioral science in corporate settings with several Fortune 500 companies as clients.

It proved an interesting chat where we explored Tim & Kurt's journey into the field, their work, including how they've helped Organizations to cope through the many challenges in 2020, and we take a deep dive into incentives and how to structure incentive programs that leads to long-term motivation.

Links: