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Are you really 'you' when times are tough?

We think that the point is to pass the test or to overcome the problem, but the truth is that things don't really get solved. They come together and they fall apart. Pema Chodron Image: Pinterest v...
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Dan Ariely: What makes us feel good about our work? | Video on TED.com

What motivates us to work? Contrary to conventional wisdom, it isn't just money. But it's not exactly joy either. It seems that most of us thrive by making constant progress and feeling a sense of purpose.
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15 Psychology Experts Share Their Best Productivity Tips

15 Psychology Experts Share Their Best Productivity Tips | Be Your Whole Self | Scoop.it
Experts share their favorite tips for being productive.
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Branding Strategy Insider | Shared Values In Brand Storytelling

Branding Strategy Insider | Shared Values In Brand Storytelling | Be Your Whole Self | Scoop.it
Brand Storytelling is not something we just happen to do. It is an activity we virtually must do if we want to remember anything at all.
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Infographic: Mapping the Human Brain

Infographic: Mapping the Human Brain | Be Your Whole Self | Scoop.it
President Obama unveiled the BRAIN (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) Initiative (RT @mandylipka: @kimwhit: Infographic: Mapping the Human #Brain
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The Importance of Integrity in Leadership

The Importance of Integrity in Leadership | Be Your Whole Self | Scoop.it
In today's world, we often look for faster ways of getting things done.  The magic of technology makes this possible.  And, there are all kinds of ways to cut through processes when they start gett...
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Can A Leader Be Really Effective And Still Be Popular? By @Casudi For #bealeader

Can A Leader Be Really Effective And Still Be Popular? By @Casudi For #bealeader | Be Your Whole Self | Scoop.it
Leadership is tough if you want everyone to like you. The purpose of a leader is to lead or guide the company, community, or even the country to success. Success can be described in many ways, but ...
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Whole brain cellular-level activity mapping in a second

Whole brain cellular-level activity mapping in a second | Be Your Whole Self | Scoop.it

It is now possible to map the activity of nearly all the neurons in a vertebrate brain at cellular resolution. What does this mean for neuroscience research and projects like the Brain Activity Map proposal?

In an Article that just went live in Nature Methods, Misha Ahrens and Philipp Keller from HHMI’s Janelia Farm Research Campus used high-speed light sheet microscopy to image the activity of 80% of the neurons in the brain of a fish larva at speeds of a whole brain every 1.3 seconds. This represents—to our knowledge—the first technology that achieves whole brain imaging of a vertebrate brain at cellular resolution with speeds that approximate neural activity patterns and behavior. (...) - by erika pastrana, Nature Methods, 18 Mar 2013


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Is Consensus Always The Way To Go? | Terri Klass Consulting

Is Consensus Always The Way To Go? | Terri Klass Consulting | Be Your Whole Self | Scoop.it
We know the best decisions usually involve some type of compromise or consensus opinion, but is that always the soundest way to lead? Are there times when leaders might not be able to use a consensus vote or even deliberately avoid a consensus tally?
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5 Reasons Leaders Fail

5 Reasons Leaders Fail | Be Your Whole Self | Scoop.it
There's a fine line between successful and failed leadership. These five dynamics will push you right over it. (RT @DaveTumbarello: Valuable!!
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Positive psychology at work: A conceptual review, state-of-practice assessment, and a look ahead - BroCAP

Positive psychology at work: A conceptual review, state-of-practice assessment, and a look ahead http://t.co/WtIjRoy6ns
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Inside the Learning Brain

Inside the Learning Brain | Be Your Whole Self | Scoop.it
Cognitive neuroscience will shape the future of corporate learning practices. (RT @TDMag: Cognitive neuroscience will shape the future of corporate learning practices.
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How Criticizing in Private Undermines Your Team

How Criticizing in Private Undermines Your Team | Be Your Whole Self | Scoop.it
To increase accountability, don't only deliver criticism behind closed doors.
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Brain spikes: Synchrony may be key to cracking brain's neural code

Brain spikes: Synchrony may be key to cracking brain's neural code | Be Your Whole Self | Scoop.it

In a perspective article published in the journal Nature Neuroscience on Feb. 25, 2013, biomedical engineering professor Garrett Stanley detailed research progress toward "reading and writing the neural code." This encompasses the ability to observe the spiking activity of neurons in response to outside stimuli and make clear predictions about what is being seen, heard, or felt, and the ability to artificially introduce activity within the brain that enables someone to see, hear, or feel something that is not experienced naturally through sensory organs.(...) - Science Dailay, March 12, 2013tti


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Garrett B Stanley. Reading and writing the neural code.Nature Neuroscience, 2013; 16 (3): 259 DOI:10.1038/nn.3330