Speaker, Expert, Advocate, Guy

Behavioral science empowers organizations and individuals to learn, adapt and grow.

How do you, your clients, customers, investors, employees, friends and family think about money, products and experiences? Why do we make the decisions that we do? How can we reframe decision-making to create better outcomes? What's up with avocado toast?

Jeff Kreisler can answer these questions and more.

He's a sought-after speaker for financial planners, credit unions, insurance companies, start-ups, FinTech, design firms, incubators, consumer groups, communications organizations, Fortune 500 executives, business students and everyone in between.  

Jeff offers engaging events with a focus on applied behavioral science, based upon the latest research and his new book, co-authored with Dan Ariely, “Dollars and Sense: How We Misthink Money and How to Spend Smarter."  (Under the title "Small Change: Money Mishaps & How To Avoid Them" in some international markets).

Jeff's also Editor-In-Chief of PeopleScience.com - a website about applying behavioral science principles to business practices - and host of a syndicated podcast on behavioral economics.

The insights Jeff shares can increase the efficiency, effectiveness and well-being of high network individuals, designers, managers, consumers and anyone who wants to understand our thinking, motivations and irrationality. 

He's funny, too.

Jeff speaks on practical, actionable topics with a fun, entertaining and engaging style unlike anyone else.

Learn why we think the way we do and what we can do about it.

 

A bestselling author, financial columnist, recovering attorney, radio and podcast host, TEDx talker, TV writer & producer, on-air contributor to MSNBC, CNN, FoxNews, SiriusXM, Current TV, CBC & the BBC, award-winning comedian and graduate of Princeton, Exeter, and Virginia Law School, Jeff's toured the world to provide laughs and insight to a diverse range of organizations.

Sample programs:

  • Dollars & Sense - An introduction to most impactful principles of Behavioral Economics and the Psychology of Money.
  • B.S. Your Business - How Behavioral Science (B.S.) can transform your work
  • Humor & Change Design - The neuroscience of using humor to design behavior change.
  • Get Rich Cheating - The famed satirical ethics lecture.
  • Award-winning political commentary, stand-up, hosting, moderation or a special, hand-crafted event just for you.

For more info, reach out now.


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The book >

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Audible's Top Five Business Books of 2017

Huffington Post's Best Business Books of 2017 (#5)

Business Insider's Best Books of 2017: "It's the rare kind of book that makes you feel a lot smarter, while simultaneously giving you actionable tips for improving your daily life."

The Washington Post (Best in Personal Finance Advice 2017): "A brilliant and accessible look at behavioral economics."

#1 Book Every FinTech Professional Should Read in 2018 - Strands

Best Small Business Books of 2017 - The Drive

“Engaging and funny, rife with anecdotes and advice, the book defangs a difficult topic while teaching a lot.” – Publisher’s Weekly

"Quite possibly the most entertaining and insightful personal finance book I’ve ever read. Dollars and Sense is financial literacy at its finest." - Boomer and Echo

More about the book >

 

The talks>

"The perfect mix of intelligent content and relatable humor for an investment management audience." – Essentia Analytics & Behavioral Alpha

"Totally entertaining and smart" - Bank of NY Mellon

“Delectable” – The New York Times

"A truly special event" - The Economist

"What a riot!" - U.S. Dep't of Labor

"I could not imagine learning more while having so much fun" - Dan Ariely, Author of "Predictably Irrational"

More clients & referrals >

 

The Funny >

"Bring your sense of humor because Kreisler is hilarious" - Washington Post

"Laugh out loud - roaring!" - CNBC

"As funny and as quotable as anything that appears daily on late-night TV." - The New York Times

"Hilarious" - Chicago Tribune

More about Stand-Up Comedy >

 

The Schedule >

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