Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.
Insights into Your Safety Culture
Now is the time to put all our behavioral skills to work. There are critical life-saving behaviors that we can all do to protect ourselves (e.g., hand washing) and to exponentially protect others. Indeed, putting on face masks keep infected people, many of whom are unaware and exhibit little symptoms, from transmitting the virus to others. In real ways, we are protecting our colleagues by wearing masks.
But how can we utilize behavioral science best practices to ensure mask wearing compliance in the work place? Enter the T.H.A.N.K.S. Conversation. Based in behavioral science, it utilizes the practical utility of the simple conversation to reinforce difficult behaviors and shape them to fluency over time.
Listen to Dr. Ludwig walk us through a step-by-step example of how one of these behavior-changing conversations might play out.