I bring decades of Applied Behavior Analysis experience to Go Raise the BAR; whether you're seeking CEU credits or interested in the basics of ABA and how it can improve everything about your work, your organization, and your life—it's transformational!
Kim Watts, M.Ed., BCBA
ACE Provider and Organizational Behavior Management Consultant
Hello, I'm Kim!
I am the owner and founder of Watts Consulting and Go Raise the BAR. Our goal is to guide leaders to develop and care for workplace culture and key performance indicators to foster your organization's optimal outcomes and behavioral health. In addition to serving people as a behavior analyst, I have had the privilege of holding positions such as executive, consultant, behavior analyst, therapist, educator, entrepreneur, and leader.
After receiving my Bachelor of Science from University of Massachusetts Isenberg School of Management, I jumped into the world of restaurant management for my first professional stint; I opened 22 restaurants developing a 'mom and pop' operation to streamline processes, procedures, and training systems. Working with franchise consultants, this restaurant was acquired by Applebee's International where I experienced mergers and acquisitions. From here I enjoyed a fantastic career in business development, marketing, and sales. I took my first entrepreneurial leap to opening my own marketing research company where I worked with numerous local and national brands such as McDonald's, AstraZeneca, and OshKosh b'Gosh.
Today, as an ACE provider, I'm eager to share my experience through BACB-accredited workshops and customized consulting for individuals and teams.
Areas of Focus
Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) focuses on assessing and changing the work environment to improve employee performance and workplace culture. OBM consultants and managers work in a variety of industries (e.g., health care, human services, education, government, nonprofits, manufacturing, financial services, retail) to achieve meaningful and sustainable behavior change and improved business outcomes.
Whether you're earning CEUs or interested in how Applied Behavioral Analysis can impact your workplace, you'll learn the basics of how Organizational Behavioral Management can facilitate change initiatives, improve and develop processes and systems, close gaps in employee performance, retain and develop staff, and support business growth. Organizational results often include reduced accidents and injuries, improved employee retention, improved customer satisfaction and retention, cultural integration after mergers and acquisitions, improved quality standards, and increased revenue and profits.
Behavioral Systems Analysis
Consumer Behavior Analysis
Health and Wellness
Monetary Incentive Systems
Training and Development
Leadership and Culture
You get the best out of others when you give the best of yourself.
"Kim is thoughtful, task oriented, driven, follows through on what she says, and puts her whole heart into her work. Our relationship has been an invaluable asset!"
NICOLE ELKIND / CEO, ENTREPRENEUR, OWNER OF FIVE PATENTS