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David L. Mason, Ph.D.
David L. Mason, Ph.D.

David leads the Learning and Curriculum efforts at DecisionWise, and is responsible for the design of our training, facilitation, and workshops. He leads sessions throughout the world on employee engagement and workplace learning. Having completed a Ph.D. in Psychology at Columbia University, and undergraduate and graduate degrees in Psychology at Brigham Young University, Dr. Mason turns his understanding of adult learning and psychology into business concepts, working with numerous businesses and academic institutions.


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  • David gives life to the statement “Keeping employees satisfied is only temporary.” He uses the example of pay raises and ping pong tables. When an employee gets a pay raise, they are happy for a day or two but very soon become hungry for their next pay raise. When employees get a ping pong table, they play a few games, maybe hold a tournament, but soon are wondering when the basket ball court is coming. David claims that humans are insatiable and it holds true when considering satisfaction vs. engagement!

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