Organizational Behavior Management for Human Service and ABA Organizations
About the Presenter: Kyle Ditzian is a PhD student in Western Michigan University’s Industrial Organizational Behavior Management program, a consultant at Performentor LLC. and a co-instructor for Florida Institute of Technology’s OBM Applied! course. He has been doing OBM for businesses of all sizes in a variety of industries ranging from school systems and autism treatment clinics to transportation and manufacturing organizations. During his 7 years of experience, Kyle has tackled a wide range of performance issues using performance management, behavioral systems analysis and high impact training techniques. His research interests are in the areas of functional assessment in OBM and incentive design. Over the last few years, he has been focusing heavily on the issues that human service organizations face in particular and has been honing strategies to tackle their most common problems.
About the Event This 3 hour web-based event is designed for ABA practitioners interested in learning about Organizational Behavior Management and how it relates to the field and foundations of ABA. Attendees will learn about these topics, become familiar with a specific useful OBM tool (the Performance Diagnostics Checklist for Human Services), and learn about some basic do’s and don’ts with regard to data collection and feedback to performers. This event will be accessible to BCBA’s with little or no experience in OBM.
Event Location: Online – Recorded Webinar
Number of Type-2 CEU’s earned: 3.0 CEU’s
Cost: $60 (includes 3.0 BACB Type-II CEU’s)
Learning Objectives: Upon completing this webinar, participants will be able to.
- Distinguish between ABA and OBM as it pertains to scope of practice, population and common interventions.
- Describe best practices for conducting a PDC-HS and analyzing the data to develop interventions that address workplace performance problems.
- Articulate benefits and drawbacks of various data collection strategies within OBM.
- Describe best practices of feedback delivery with regards to frequency, source, content and modality.
Ditzian, K., Wilder, D. A., King, A. and Tanz, J. (2015), An evaluation of the performance diagnostic checklist–human services to assess an employee performance problem in a center‐based autism treatment facility. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 48: 199-203. doi:10.1002/jaba.171
Alvero, A., Bucklin, B., & Austin, J. (2001), An Objective Review of the Effectiveness and Essential Characteristics of Performance Feedback in Organizational Settings (1985-1998), Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 21:1, 3-29, DOI: 10.1300/J075v21n01_02Click here to register!