Speaker: Shannon Biagi, MS, BCBA
When: Friday, April 27th @ 12 PM EST
Title: A Brief Guide to Getting Started in OBM
Abstract: This presentation is specially designed to answer the most frequently asked question of most practitioners in the field of Organizational Behavior Management (OBM): how do I get started? Designed with new OBMers in mind, either students or current ABA practitioners interested in making the switch, this presentation will cover information that is vital to being successful as an entry-level OBM practitioner. Answers to such inquiries as, “what is OBM, anyway?” and “how is OBM different than I/O, OD, OB, or other disciplines?” will be explored, and a strategy to start accruing experience in the field will be presented with tips and advice from an emerging OBM practitioner. Finally, potential jobs in OBM are explored, helping future OBMers to potentially determine their path towards a successful career in the future.
Bio: Shannon Biagi is an entrepreneur, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) supervisor, as well as the Director of Operations for the OBM Network. Her professional experiences have spanned instructional design, training and development, performance management, large-scale pay-for-performance systems, behavioral systems analyses, and coaching and mentoring of leaders on how to bring behavior analysis into businesses. She is currently a co-instructor of Florida Tech’s OBM Certificate Program, having co-founded and designed the program, and is co-author on the four-volume workbook series, OBM Applied! A Practical Guide to Implementing Organizational Behavior Management. Her company, Chief Motivating Officers LLC, is designed to help spread the science of human behavior within and beyond human service organizations through the quality supervision of upcoming behavior analysts in OBM.
Registration Instructions: If you are a member, the reservation fee is covered as a benefit of your membership.