Webinar | Building the Capacity of Conservation Professionals to Predict Behavior
October 17, 2017 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm America/New York Timezone
Conservation professionals are becoming increasingly cognizant of their need to better predict human behavior as it relates to environmental conservation. This presentation explained the five psychological indicators that predict 34% of variation in a professional’s capacity to apply new skills effectively after a training: meaningful ownership, effective autonomy, explicit need, group efficacy, and self-regulated knowledge. Additionally, the presenter discussed why these indicators are critical to the long-term success of conservation professionals.
Presenter: Dr. Kayla Cranston, Oregon State University
View a video of the webinar here: