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Alicia talks with Dr. Deborah Osgood, and expert in human behavior about the recent school shooting in Florida, and what steps could be taken to stop this from happening.
Fake News and Conspiracy Theories
Dr. Deborah joins host Alicia Preston on NewsCycle to discuss the science behind conspiracy theories and how it relates to descion making.
Get Optimized! on NH Today with Jack Health | October 18, 2017
Jack Heath invites Dr. Deborah to New Hampshire Today to discuss the growing opportunity to create your own job through self-employment in today’s economy.
Psychology of Money and Transitioning Jobs | Part 1
Marc Hebert invites Dr. Deborah to Money $ense to discuss the psychology of money and how we can change our reality by taking control and challenging our perceptions.
Self-employed jobs make up 30% of US market
Dr. Deborah Osgood joins WMUR’s, Fred Kocher on New Hampshire’s Business to discuss the growing trend of self-employment in New Hampshire.
How Will Businesses Plan for and Motivate the Growing Contingent Workforce? (podcast)
The workforce landscape is changing and with it come new opportunities and challenges for recruiting, motivating, and retaining access to qualified talent.
Dr. Deborah returns the Money $ense on WGIR AM610 to continue her discussion with Marc Hebert on how money behavoir is influenced by psychological factors, as well as the psychology behind transitions in life and work.
Get Optimized! on NH Today with Jack Health | November 8, 2017
Dr. Deborah and Jack Heath talk careers, life, and Get Optimized, Dr. Deborah’s self-guided workbook for helping people find their career focus on her monthly segment.
Psychology of Money | Part 2
Dr. Deborah returns the Money $ense on WGIR AM610 to continue her discussion with Marc Hebert on the psychology of money and how it impacts our lives and businesses.
Discussing Transitioning Jobs and Starting A New Business
Dr. Deborah joins Marc Hebert on WGIR’s Money $ense to discuss the growing self-employment workforce in New Hampshire.
Entrepreneurship in Nigeria
Jack Heath invites Dr. Deborah Osgood and Ibrahim Dan’Iya from the Nigeria National Universities Commission onto WGIR’s New Hampshire Today to discuss a new effort to stimulate entrepreneurship in Nigeria.
Dr. Deborah explains the science behind conspiracy theory and how it relates to decision making and marketing in business in an article published by New Hampshire Business Review.
Knowledge Institute CEO Deborah Osgood
In an interview with NHBR editor, Jeff Feingold, Dr. Deborah Osgood discusses the impact of self-employment on the future of at-risk youth and the workforce as a whole.
Nigerian government turns to Exeter company to help put Nigerians to work
The NH Union Leader highlights the collaboration between KISBD and the Nigerian government to build a program that will improve education and encourage entrepreneurial development in Nigerian.
Nigerian entrepreneurship effort relies on N.H. assistance
Exeter-based Knowledge Institute’s online tools and mentorship program are being used to build a small business backbone in the African nation
Chico Enterprise-Record highlight’s Dr. Deborah’s presentation on how women can succeed by changing how they view money at the Butte College SBDC’s annual Women in Business Conference.
Knowledge Knows No Boundaries
Tammy Boucher with Seacoast Online highlights the collaboration between KISBD and the Nigerian government to build a program that will improve education and encourage entrepreneurial development in Nigerian.
Success: overcoming hurdles
NH Vocational Rehabilitation has helped over 100 people with disabilities pursue self-employment.
Success in Business Is a Science; Enjoying It Is an Art
Dr. Deborah Osgood offers tips for developing a successful small tech business. Check out her advice on how to create a business you love and that supports you.
SME Small Business Training
Dr. Wililiam Osgood provides an introduction to Buzgate and the SME Toolkit.
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