QBS offers a great deal of...well, expertise. If you're already familiar with our training programs, you know that we only offer the best in training you and your staff in behavioral skills. If you're looking for seminar-style or webinar educational activities, consider the range of QBS Behavioral Briefs. As always, our mission is to provide Quality Behavioral Solutions to Complex Behavioral Challenges - solutions that are evidence-based, up-to-date, state-of-the-art.
Few professionals have the time available to sit through a lengthy webinar during the course of their day. For that reason, QBS is introducing Behavioral Briefs - a new kind of webinar, a new way of learning. Behavioral Briefs are designed to provide education and information on a single topic in a brief period of time. Strategically scheduled several times across the week, each Behavioral Brief is approximately 15 minutes long, providing you with enough information about a procedure, practice, or protocol to advance your skills and knowledge. This is the best way to learn...and so easy and free. Just click the title and register - that's all!
Here are some upcoming Behavioral Brief webinars you may find interesting. Be watching for more to come!
Think Globally, Behave Locally
Climate change is a real problem facing the global community. It discriminates against no race, culture, religion, or economic status. Climate change is caused by both natural and human activity, so as humans we have a responsibility to reduce our negative impact on our world. But how do we as individuals make a global impact? What is one person’s behavior change going to do to curb climate change? Join us for this 15-minute webinar and learn how to Think Globally, Behave Locally to start engaging in behavior to reduce the effects of climate change in your local and global community.After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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Just in Case You Missed it, we've archived previous QBS Behavioral Briefs!