Sunday, October 14, 2018

10/15/18 - Great conversation with Founder and Chief Happiness Officer at Happy Brain Science, Scott Crabtree, from our KUCI studios!

LISTEN to today's conversation
with Scott Crabtree, 
Founder and Chief Happiness Officer at Happy Brain Science!


ABOUT SCOTT CRABTREE
As the Founder and Chief Happiness Officer at Happy Brain Science, Scott Crabtree empowers individuals and organizations to apply findings from cutting-edge neuroscience and psychology to boost productivity and happiness at work.

Scott’s repeat clients include NBC, Nike, Boeing, Intel, Hewlett-Packard, Kaiser-Permanente, Blizzard Entertainment, and Dreamworks Animation. His insights have been quoted in Inc., InfoWorld, Fortune, and VentureBeat among other publications.

In his 25-year career, Scott has served as a leader in game development and software engineering. He’s founded startups and worked at a variety of technology companies large and small. In early 2012, he resigned his position as Tech Strategist at Intel to pursue his passion full time: helping people apply science to be happier and more successful.

Scott holds a B.A. in Cognitive Science from Vassar College.

When he is not immersed in scientific data, he loves spending time with his wife and daughters especially in nature, and also enjoys playing with his rock band. He lives in Portland, Oregon.


Story Angles

  • How organizations can apply cutting-edge brain science to create happier, more productive, and more creative work places.
  • The science of employee engagement.
  • DIY Neuroplasticity: Rewiring your brain for happiness, willpower, and success.
  • How to apply brain science to deal with everyday challenges in the workplace such as distractions, social stress, and unproductive meetings.

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