Dr. Sean Richardson takes lessons learned from the professional athlete’s locker room to provide an overview of the subtleties of human brain & behaviour function to facilitate overcoming the normal & predictable human barriers to success
Kathy Meisner discusses what is this buzzword, “resilience?” And why should we care? Kathryn will explore the research and real-life applications behind this concept that underpins most of her work. Get ready to relearn your alphabet. Simple formula to build resilience: .Adversity, Belief, Consequence and Dispute. A- What is the set back I’m facing, What are the beliefs and thoughts around this challenges, C – What are the consequences D – Dispute and argue with yourself. EAIU Evidence – What is the evidence for this? Alternatives – What are the alternatives. Implications what is the worst case Scenario. U – What’s the use of this belief.
Drive – The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us
Daniel Pink is the author of a number of best-selling business and management books. In this excellent RSA talk, (supported by some great animation), Daniel discusses “motivation” and some of its quirks. He illustrates the hidden truths behind what really motivates us at home and in the workplace. We think you’ll like this.
You Are Not So Smart – More on Motivation with Dan Pink
If you would like to hear more from Dan Pink on “motivation”, here’s a great podcast called “You Are Not So Smart”, which we will refer back to for other subjects. If you like this, you can subscribe to the podcast via Soundlcoud or iTunes.
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