Brain Hobbyist

As a child, I was regaled with the accomplishments of Dr. Wilder Penfield[1], then started reading self-help books, moved on to popular works about the brain, became entranced by early brain fMRI work, developed a lay interested in psychology and am still an avid reader of next-gen brain science. Both my study of management and…

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Coaching and Diversity

assorted colored chalks on wood surface

There are positive elements of human endeavour that remain controversial for some people. It shouldn’t be that way, but topics like love, culture and the constructive practices of some are contentious to others. Trying to decode this often leads to a similar place; the suspicion of differences. Terms like “tribal”, “fight or flight” or “survival…

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