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When delivering managerial workshops, Dr. Miron-Shatz brings her experience as a Wharton professor, as a researcher at Princeton and Cambridge, and as a consultant who meets with the industry and its challenges.

The workshops are engaging and impactful for managers and directors. With the aim of creating change and lasting learning in the organization. As a bonus, there is meaningful participation, which adds to networking and connects people from all levels, creating an environment where resistance is low, and change can happen.

Most recently she delivered a highly popular directors’ training course at Amdocs, with powerful business insights, and lively participation.

To inquire about scheduling a workshop with Dr. Talya Miron-Shatz, please contact her via email or LinkedIn.

Workshop topics

How People – Your Managers, Employees, Clients – Think: Meet System 1.5
We will discuss how people think, decide, and choose. You will learn how much information to provide and how to present it, so it is persuasive.

Aim for Success: Learn how to Set and Measure Your Goals
How can we achieve things like ‘influence’ or ‘success’ unless we define them? This session will assist managers in ensuring that their employees achieve their goals.

The Effective Nudge, the Persuasive Anchor, and the Devilish Default
We will apply tools from behavioral economics to influence behavior in a way that benefits individuals and companies, creating a seamless experience.

Seek and Ye Shall Find (What You Knew in the First Place)
Confirmation bias may reduce cognitive flexibility. It reduces our ability to reach innovative conclusions. Get to know it, and learn how to overcome it.

The Great Resignation: What Can It Teach Us About Talent Acquisition
Psychology and behavioral economics attempt to explain why employees are resigning post-COVID, insights for how to motivate, retain, and attract employees.

Moderator and creator

In addition to her experience in speaking and running workshops, Dr. Miron-Shatz has created and moderated various engagements, such as From Concept to Company panel at Stanford University, the chair of the business track at Medicine 2.0 at Harvard University, the leader of the Pharma 2.0 series in NYC’s Health 2.0 Meetup group, and the co-organizer of the eVenture summit and Innovation Award at MEDICA, the world’s largest medical device exhibition. She has also moderated medical advisory boards of KOLs.

She is available to perform similar roles in relevant engagements.

What people are saying

“Talya was amazing, very professional and very knowledgeable, and provided insights from many researches she was involved at as well from the industry. Talya encourage the group to share from their day to day experience by providing a safe environment for the participants to speak up and share challenges and solutions with the group. The contents and topics were very interesting and relevant for our day to day at work as well on our personal life, providing us the tools to continue and implement.”

— Tami Eilon-Sitton, Organizational Development Leader at Amdocs

Schedule a workshop

To inquire about scheduling a workshop with Dr. Talya Miron-Shatz, please contact her via email or LinkedIn.