2021 MOABA Conference

Brett DiNovi, BCBA

Brett DiNovi, BCBA

Brett DiNovi International

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About the Presenter

Brett DiNovi is a BCBA and the CEO of the largest award-winning behavioral consulting group of its kind on the East Coast of the United States. Brett DiNovi & Associates (BDA) deploys over 450 consultants serving NJ, NY, DE, PA, CA, ME, FL and internationally through the use of remote video consultation. Brett has the unique and distinguished experience of studying the principles of applied behavior analysis under the rigorous scrutiny of both Dr. Julie S. Vargas (formerly Skinner) and Dr. E.A. Vargas at West Virginia University’s internationally recognized program and is a member of the Advisory Board for the B. F. Skinner Foundation.
Brett successfully uses behavior analytic principles to create large-scale change across school districts and businesses nationwide using the principles of organizational behavior management (OBM). He has been a consultant, university instructor, expert witness, and guest lecturer at numerous universities and conferences. He has also co-authored Behavioral Karma: The 5 Laws of Life & Leadership as well as published articles in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and received numerous awards including the distinguished “Top Ranked U.S. Executives” award. Brett’s proudest accomplishment is being a role model and father for his daughter and two stepchildren. Brett DiNovi International is the world’s largest disseminator of user-friendly behavioral science.

Friday November 12, 2021

Behavioral Karama: The 5 Scientific Laws of Life & Leadership

Abstract: Supporting the needs of clients at scale requires good leadership. Decades of research on applying behavior analysis to leadership practices has given us a number of tools rooted in Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) proven to be effective at bringing out the best in employees so they can bring out the best in the learners they support. However, OBM is not a one-stop-shop, only to be accessed when something goes wrong. Leadership isn’t about position or title (e.g., CEO, Director, Supervisor, Behavior Analyst, etc.), it’s about positively influencing behavior. And good leaders don’t just wait for an issue to arise and then work to put out the fire; instead, they proactively pinpoint, goal set, and create feedback loops to shape performance-improvement. The purpose of this talk is to discuss leadership from any position through the lens of 5 behavioral essentials for producing social valid outcomes within and outside of behavior analytic organizations.

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