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Four distinct cognitive modes emerge from how the top-brain and bottom-brain systems can interact. The degree to which each of the brain systems is used spans a continuum, ranging from highly...

Four distinct cognitive modes emerge from how the top-brain and bottom-brain systems can interact. The degree to which each of the brain systems is used spans a continuum, ranging from highly... | Adult development | Scoop.it
Forget the left brain vs. right brain divide – a new theory of cognitive modes explains human personality by dividing the brain into top and bottom. (And yet, and yet, let’s not get too carried away...
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First International Summit and Global Tribunal Held on Rights of Nature

First International Summit and Global Tribunal Held on Rights of Nature | Adult development | Scoop.it
The Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature is holding its first international summit in Otavalo and Quito, Ecuador this week. Grounded in an understanding that humans are one part…Read More

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How to Avoid Virtual Miscommunication

How to Avoid Virtual Miscommunication | Adult development | Scoop.it
Long-distance collaboration requires a special set of skills and sensitivity. (#communication is important in all aspects of life.
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Beautiful insigts.  How often does your communication get misinterpreted on e-mail, chats, or other media platforms?  Take a moment to examine how to "put yourself in the other's shoes" before sending that message!

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Laurie-Ann Murabito's curator insight, April 20, 2013 10:03 AM

A common problem with teams that stretch across the world.

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12 Elements of Emotional Intelligence

12 Elements of Emotional Intelligence | Adult development | Scoop.it
By Marcia Sirota MD FRCP (C) Intellect and emotional intelligence are very different things. The former is the cognitive ability to synthesize and analyze data; to problem-solve and make associatio...
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Pin by Spa Tech Institute on Education Infographics | Pinterest

Pin by Spa Tech Institute on Education Infographics | Pinterest | Adult development | Scoop.it
Chart showing the four domains of emotional intelligence. Do you think EQ is a much better predictor of success then IQ? What about PQ (Physical Quotient)? | See more about emotional intelligence, charts and self awareness.
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Five Keys to Successful Social and Emotional Learning | Edutopia

Five Keys to Successful Social and Emotional Learning | Edutopia | Adult development | Scoop.it
Studies show that sustained and well-integrated social and emotional learning (SEL) engages students and improves achievement. Explore classroom practices that make up the most effective SEL programs.

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Evolutionary thought in teaching our youth!  Awesome!!

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Lookout: 8 Signs of Dysfunctional Management

Lookout: 8 Signs of Dysfunctional Management | Adult development | Scoop.it
There may be no faster death of a great idea or business than a dysfunctional management team. But do you know the signs to watch for?
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How many of you have experienced these sorts of destructive management tactics in your organization?  It is imperative for CEO's and top leadership to be on the lookout for dysfunctions in management teams.  Nip it in the bud!  Take control of building and maintaining an awesome management team. It only takes one drop of poison to spoil the entire well!!!!

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Patricia Clason's curator insight, May 8, 2013 12:06 AM

We recognize it in others. This is a reminder not to do it ourselves!