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This is a group for everyone regardless of education or expertise who is interested in learning and sharing their knowledge of behavioral economics (https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/science-choice/201705/what-is-behavioral-economics) and its applications to solving real-life problems. Our speakers have included spectacular researchers, practitioners and authors such as Annie Duke (https://www.annieduke.com/) (Thinking in Bets), Dolly Chugh (https://www.dollychugh.com/) (NYU, The Person You Mean to Be), Dan Pink (https://www.danpink.com/) (When, Drive and much more) and Elke Weber (http://elke-u-weber.com) (Princeton).

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Understanding your Client's Financial Psychology

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Our Agenda
This presentation focuses on a model for helping financial planners understand their client’s financial psychology and how they can improve the effectiveness of their financial planning services.

Our Speaker
Dr. Charles Chaffin's work encompasses educational and cognitive psychology, financial planning, and more. He has served as the author or lead editor of 6 different books within financial planning and cognitive psychology, helping practitioners become more client-centered and helping individuals and companies address the pushes and pulls on attention in the workplace. He has taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as in a variety of executive education programs. For over a decade, Dr. Chaffin has worked with a variety of financial planning programs and led research initiatives related to financial planning practice. He consults with financial service firms and is a regular keynote speaker at a variety of conferences.

Dr. Chaffin's Book: Psychology of Financial Planning: The Practitioner's Guide to Money & Behavior
https://www.psychologyoffinancialplanning.com

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The Future of Business Ethics with Alison Taylor

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