Radio Shows and Podcasts

(The Kathryn Zox Show)

Kathryn interviews Psychologist Thalma Lobel PhD, author of “Whatever Works: The Small Cues That Make a Surprising Difference in Our Success at Work?and How to Create a Happier Office.” She presents simple practices to optimize both where and how you work.

(The Shaun Tabatt Show)

Did you know that just doodling in a certain way can increase your creativity? That looking at something green for forty seconds will improve your attention? That the mere presence of a smartphone on your desk can lessen your performance, even if it's turned off? These are the invisible factors that nudge our behavior on a daily basis, and combined, have a real and significant bearing on our success-or failure-at work and home...

 (The CVBT Audio Interview Podcast)

Thalma Lobel, one of the world's leading experts on human behavior, explores groundbreaking psychological research on job performance, satisfaction, and creativity. Lobel goes beyond obvious considerations like salary, title, and company culture to shed light on the hidden factors-often unrecognized, counterintuitive, or invisible-that have profound effects on how well we can do our jobs and how happy we are at work.

(This Week in America with Ric Bratton)

In Whatever Works: The Small Cues That Make a Surprising Difference in our Success at Work—and How to Create a Happier Office, Thalma Lobel, one of the world's leading experts on human behavior, explores groundbreaking psychological research on job performance, satisfaction, and creativity. Lobel goes beyond obvious considerations like salary, title, and company culture to shed light on the hidden factors-often unrecognized, counterintuitive, or invisible-that have profound effects on how well we can do our jobs and how happy we are at work.

 (The Learner's Corner with Caleb Mason)

Episode 179

 

 Thalma Lobel On How to Work From Home More Effectively and the Small Changes in Your Workspace That Will Make a Big Difference

 (SYSK Choice: How Self Aware Are You? & How Your 5 Senses Affect Your Behavior)

 Feeling something warm can create warm feelings for another person. I know it sounds nuts but Dr. Thalma Lobel author of the book Sensation: The New Science of Physical Intelligence  explains the science behind this. More importantly, she reveals how to use this knowledge to your advantage.

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