Let Dr. Crystal Hall Challenge Your Assumptions and Improve Your Impact
We’re continuing to give you previews of what the RE:Conference will bring.
On November 16th, Dr. Crystal Hall will join us at the RE:Conference to share what she’s learned with her work with the White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team. Much of Dr. Hall’s recent research explores the ways in which wrong assumptions may inform our program design. She has looked at housing as well as financial decision making, and has insight into how we’ve missed opportunities for impact.
If we look closely at programs in Oregon, what incorrect assumptions might we find? Dr. Hall’s work serves as a reminder and a challenge – we must be brave enough to turn the mirror onto our own work and name the errors in our program design. We can use the wealth of behavioral science research to design programs responsive to the behaviors and habits already present in our communities.
RE:Conference registration is open, and scholarships are still available. Register today!