Dr. Aubrey Daniels honored for his significant contribution to bringing the science of behavior to the media.
Atlanta, GA: (May, 2013) Dr. Aubrey C. Daniels, Founder and Chairman of ADI, will accept an award presented by the Association for Behavior Analysis International for his Effective Presentation of Behavior Analysis in the Mass Media at their annual conference this month. The award recognizes an individual who, through printed, audio or video material, has informed the public about applications and discoveries in behavior analysis, while accurately presenting the science’s principles and achieved effects.
For the past thirty years, Aubrey has been dedicated to helping his clients bring the science of behavior into the workplace through training, tools, coaching, and more. With a writing career spanning four decades, including his classic book Performance Management: Changing Behavior That Drives Organizational Effectiveness, the translation of several of his books into multiple languages, and his contributions to published works, Aubrey is undoubtedly a thought leader and an expert on human behavior. It is through his dedicated columns, interviews with top tier media, and in the numerous podcasts, webinars, and interviews that Aubrey displays his passion for the science, and for his desire to extend it to the masses.
The people of ADI are proud of Aubrey’s dedication and accomplishments, and are in awe of the way he has embraced social media and new trends in technology to extend his views about current issues in workplace safety, management, and performance systems.
Founded in 1978, and headquartered in Atlanta, GA, Aubrey Daniels International (ADI) works globally with a diverse spectrum of clients. We help accelerate the business and safety performance of companies worldwide by using positive, practical approaches grounded in the science of behavior and engineered to ensure long-term sustainability. ADI supports its clients in accelerating strategy execution while fostering employee engagement and positive accountability at all levels of their organization.
With more than 5,500 members from 43 countries, ABAI is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to developing, enhancing, and supporting the growth and vitality of behavior analysis through research, education, and practice.