Originally published at: https://www.feverbee.com/workshop/
On June 6, we’re hosting our Tactical Psychology workshop in the heart of New York City.
Our goal is to equip each of you working in communities today with a deep understanding of the advanced social sciences that underpin our work.
These workshops identify the key elements in social science that you can apply to increase the level of engagement in your community and achieve the outcomes you need.
The goal is to help those of you working with B2C, B2B, non-profit and internal or knowledge management communities to perform your role as effectively as possible.
Each session is focused on a unique psychological principal. These are persuasion, motivation, decision-design, and effective communication. This workshop will cover:
- The key elements from psychology to persuade members to make positive contributions.
- Why most people don’t participate and how to flip the lurker ratio.
- How to prevent negative behaviors in your community.
- Identifying your members current behavioral dispositions (values, attitudes, and opinions).
- Using behavioral disposition clusters to shape your messages and activities.
- Developing motivational profiles of your audience.
- Which motivational type to use for which types of behavior.
- How to deploy motivational CTAs throughout your community.
- How to nudge people to make decisions that benefit the community.
- Crafting more effective motivational messages.
- The communication techniques used by top experts.
- Increasing your perceived credibility when you’re not a known expert.
You can purchase your tickets at: http://newyork.feverbee.com.
Early-bird tickets cost $625
We have 30 places available.