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The Neuroscience of Altruism

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In The Altruistic Brain, neurobiologist Donald Pfaff makes the case that humans are hard-wired for good.
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HR Magazine - How can HR use neuroscience?

HR Magazine - How can HR use neuroscience? | Neuroscience and leadership development | Scoop.it
How can HR use neuroscience? Find out in a piece written by Nick Martindale for HR magazine. #HR http://t.co/OT1H6GSjxb
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The world we live in and work in calls for greater collaborative capacity and mental agility. Do the learning programs in your organization foster connection and meaningful collaboration?
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8 Ways Neuroscience Can Improve Your Presentations

8 Ways Neuroscience Can Improve Your Presentations | Neuroscience and leadership development | Scoop.it
Giving memorable and persuasive presentations is more than an art. It's brain science.
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Authors@Google: Dario Nardi - Neuroscience of Personality

UCLA professor and author, Dario Nardi, has discovered that people of different personality types don't merely rely on different brain regions -- they use th...
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Paul Hawken, David Orr and Bill McKibben Take a Question from Dan Siegel

Paul Hawken, David Orr and Bill McKibben gathered for a wide-ranging discussion of climate behavior issues at the Garrison Institute Climate, Mind and Behavior Symposium, March 2-4, 2011. This clip features a question posed by Dan Siegel.


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Dan Siegel - Mindfulness, Psychotherapy and the Brain | iThou.org

Dan Siegel - Mindfulness, Psychotherapy and the Brain | iThou.org | Neuroscience and leadership development | Scoop.it

In this article the principles of an interdisciplinary approach to psychotherapy called “interpersonal neurobiology” will be summarized with an emphasis on neuroscience findings regarding the mirror neuron system and neural plasticity. Interpersonal neurobiology is a “consilient” approach that examines independent fields of knowing to find the common principles that emerge to paint a picture of the “larger whole” of human experience and development. Interpersonal neurobiology attempts to extract the wisdom from over a dozen different disciplines of science to weave a picture of human experience and the process of change across the lifespan.

The perspective of “interpersonal neurobiology” is to build a model within which the objective domains of science and the subjective domains of human knowing can find a common home. An interpersonal neurobiology approach to psychotherapy draws on the basic framework of this interdisciplinary view in exploring the ways in which one individual can help others alleviate suffering and move toward well-being. The central idea of interpersonal neurobiology is to offer a definition of the mind and of mental well-being that can be used by a wide range of professionals concerned with human development.


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Mindsight: The New Science of Relationships

What is the mind? and How can we create a healthy mind? In this Google TechTalk by Daniel Siegel, M.D., Siegel outlines the basics of the ideas in his book, Mindsight, and in his work in interpersonal neurobiology.


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Restorative Justice and Neuroscience | Things Are Good

Restorative Justice and Neuroscience | Things Are Good | Neuroscience and leadership development | Scoop.it
... Justice and Neuroscience. 2014/04/02 10:13 am / Leave a Comment / Adam Clare. In this TED talk, Daniel Reisel examines how neuroscience backs up the (already obvious) reasons that restorative justice works better than punitive justice.
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Embodied Happiness: The Practical Neuroscience of Positive Emotions - Part I

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Social Neuroscience: Toward Understanding the Underpinnings of the Social Mind (by Alexander Todorov et al.)

The field of social cognitive neuroscience has captured the attention of many researchers during the past ten years. Much of the impetus for this new field came from the development of functional neuroimaging methods that made it possible to unobtrusively measure brain activation over time. Using these methods over the last 30 years has allowed psychologists to move from simple validation questions -- would flashing stimuli activate the visual cortex -- to those about the functional specialization of brain regions -- are there regions in the inferior temporal cortex dedicated to face processing -- to questions that, just a decade ago, would have been considered intractable at such a level of analysis.

These so-called "intractable" questions are the focus of the chapters in this book, which introduces social cognitive neuroscience research addressing questions of fundamental importance to social psychology: How do we understand and represent other people? How do we represent social groups? How do we regulate our emotions and socially undesirable responses? This book also presents innovative combinations of multiple methodologies, including behavioral experiments, computer modeling, functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) experiments, Event-Related Potential (ERP) experiments, and brain lesion studies. It is divided into four sections. The first three sections present the latest research on, respectively, understanding and representing other people, representing social groups, and the interplay of cognition and emotion in social regulation. In the fourth section, contributors step back and consider a range of novel topics that have emerged in the context of social neuroscience research: understanding social exclusion as pain, deconstructing our moral intuitions, understanding cooperative exchanges with other agents, and the effect of aging on brain function and its implications for well-being. Taken together, these chapters provide a rich introduction to an exciting, rapidly developing and expanding field that promises a richer and deeper understanding of the social mind.

 

 


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The Neuroscience Behind How Sleep Cleans Your Brain

The Neuroscience Behind How Sleep Cleans Your Brain | Neuroscience and leadership development | Scoop.it
You clean your closet sometimes. What about your brain? (How Sleep Cleans Your Brain http://t.co/LCWvLhv0Ul RT @rbakercnn #neuroscience)
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Do your sleep habits make sense in light of this research?
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Neuroscience: Tuning the brain - Nature.com

Neuroscience: Tuning the brain - Nature.com | Neuroscience and leadership development | Scoop.it
Nature.com Neuroscience: Tuning the brain Nature.com Indeed, it has helped to launch two major neuroscience efforts in the past year: the US Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative, and the European Union's...
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The Future of Leadership for Conscious Capitalism | MetaIntegral Associates

The Future of Leadership for Conscious Capitalism | MetaIntegral Associates | Neuroscience and leadership development | Scoop.it

This white paper first discusses the new science of vertical learning and its central role in scaling and embedding Conscious Capitalism. Harvard’s Robert Kegan contends that vertical learning catalyzes a quantum increase in mental complexity. This radically improves a leader’s ability to navigate today’s highly complex, ambiguous, and rapidly changing context, and cascade those new skills into the entire organization.

Vertical learning has proven to unlock powerful yet latent mental, emotional, and relational capacities that make leaders more effective across a variety of mission-critical domains. These include improved strategic and systemic thinking, change leadership, stakeholder relationship development, and conflict management.


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Barrett Brown is brilliant. whitepaper for download. 

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The Emerging Mind: How relationships and the embodied brain shape who we are (videoeo)

The Emerging Mind: How relationships and the embodied brain shape who we are (videoeo) | Neuroscience and leadership development | Scoop.it

What is the mind? From where and what does the mind emerge? Can our minds be made more resilient? What is ‘interpersonal neurobiology’?

 

Renowned academic, author, and director of the Mindsight Institute Dan Siegel, visits the RSA to reveal an extremely rare thing - a working definition of the mind.

 

Astonishingly, over ninety-five percent of mental health professionals from around the world have never received even a single lecture defining what the mind is. Bestselling author of both academic textbooks and works of popular science, and currently the clinical professor of psychiatry at UCLA, Daniel Siegel visits the RSA to explore a working definition of the mind.

 

Listen to the podcast of the full event including audience Q&A


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Your Health Is Shaped By Who You Love

Your Health Is Shaped By Who You Love | Neuroscience and leadership development | Scoop.it
Information from a relatively new field called interpersonal neurobiology suggests we're never too old to learn. In fact, who we love has the power to constantly rewire our brain. This confirms what therapists have long known through their own research: If children with insecure attachment are lucky enough to partner up with someone who has secure attachment--their own attachment style and mental health can improve.

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Gina Stepp's comment, April 12, 2012 12:25 PM
This confirms what therapists have long known through their own research: If children with insecure attachment are lucky enough to partner up with someone who has secure attachment--their own attachment style and mental health can improve.
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Appreciative Team Building | Ron Milam Consulting

Appreciative Team Building | Ron Milam Consulting | Neuroscience and leadership development | Scoop.it
To follow up on my blog post I wrote for the Graziadio Voice about learning and applying Appreciative Inquiry (AI) as a large group intervention while in Costa Rica with my graduate program in Organization Development, I'm ...

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The Neuroscience of How We Make Decisions, Summed Up in 30 ...

The Neuroscience of How We Make Decisions, Summed Up in 30 ... | Neuroscience and leadership development | Scoop.it
The process our brain goes through when we make decisions is incredibly complicated and has all kinds of factors behind it. That said, if you're looking for a quick summation of what happens in your brain when you make a ...
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