This weeks’ theme is neuroscience, and its application to coaching styles, HR practice, and social intelligence. The article that challenges the “left or right brained personality’ concept might cause a bit of a stir – let us know your thoughts!
We’ve also included the well known short video of Jill Bolte Taylor’s story on her experience of having a stroke, and – being a neurosurgeon – her ability to analyse exactly what happened to her – an incredible story, also available as a book if you’re interested. Enjoy!
This week’s Hot Links to Neuroscience:
- Future HR: Employee Experience meets Neuroscience – LinkedIn Pulse article about neuroscience and the employee experience. Related to our Hot links subject from last week – Employee Engagement:
- Despite what you’ve been told, you aren’t ‘left-brained’ or ‘right-brained’ – An article in The Guardian about the danger of stereotyping personalities based on this scientific ‘myth’, as it is possible to develop the potential of the other side of the brain:
- The Neuroscience of Good Coaching – Article published by Berkeley University on the neuroscience of ‘positive’ coaching: New research suggests how to coach – and be coached – more effectively: http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/the_neuroscience_of_good_coaching
- The neuroscience of social intelligence – Bill von Hippel explains the difference between being social intelligent, and acting social intelligent:
- My stroke of insight – Jill Bolte Taylor – Jill tells her personal experience of having a stroke, being a neurosurgeon, she explains exactly what she felt was happening. An incredible story that can completely change your way of looking at life!:
Here at Southern Cross Coaching & Development we’re constantly being asked to recommend interesting articles, blogs and talks which explore the subjects we are all passionate about: leadership, personal & professional development, individual growth, neuroscience, and coaching.
To meet this growing requirement and to save you time sifting through the haystack for a few needles, we’ve decided to take the time to curate an exciting selection of links to specific articles, books and videos that we know will add value and feed your passion.
We’ll take the time so you don’t have to:-).
Like you, we love sharing our passion for these ground-breaking topics; we are always open to new thinking and we’re keen to learn along with you… so please send anything, links, articles, suggestions for discussion, anything you think will inspire us and our growing community.
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