Robert Styles

I initially trained in music and then, in a later chapter of my life, went on to become an academic doing applied research in the field of Contextual Behavioural Science through the Australian National University. Over the last couple of decades, this stream of activity has had me working with communities, organisations, and governments across the Australian, Pacific, African, Asian, European, and American regions. Presently, I am working with Prosocial World, an organisation that has developed a change method based on behavioural and evolutionary sciences that enhances cooperation and collaboration for groups of all types and sizes that is effective at multiple scales. When engaged, for me, this means co-designing behavioural and evolutionary approaches to realising environmental and socio-cultural resilience and wellbeing for those I am working with.

Recent Posts

April 21, 2022 in Politics, PROSOCIAL

Reclaiming Our Common Ground of Being Human (Part 2 of 3)

Capitalism, neoliberalism, and state communism have intensified inequalities and increased global impoverishment. How can we do better?
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April 14, 2022 in Politics, PROSOCIAL

Reclaiming Our Common Ground of Being Human (Part 1 of 3)

Capitalism, neoliberalism, and state communism have intensified inequalities and increased global impoverishment. How can we do better?
Read More