A recently published book I read – David Gelles (2015), “Mindful Work” – prompted me to post a Report I did back in 2011 covering MBSR as an intervention in the context of mindfulness and work engagement.
The Frenchman Michel Foucault was one of the leading figures in twentieth century philosophy. His theories and constructs made a profound impact across many social movements and institutions including women’s liberation and psychiatry. A Foucaultian analysis surfaces deep insights into the political context in which the individual operates. The reality an individual experiences cannot be […]
Say hello to reductio-ad-Fido. Pavlov’s dog of the classic 1927 experiments was conditioned to associate the ringing of a bell with the presentation of food. The training so complete that an involuntary response such as salivation could become triggered by the bell stimulus alone.
Consciousness is an endlessly fascinating topic. This is a short presentation that was used to facilitate a seminar on same which introduces some key terms and pointers to some of the leading thinkers in this area.
This is an essay on how neuroscience informed approaches to change management can be of relevance to the field of business process improvement. The content is extensively referenced so as to provide helpful markers to those interested in further research along these lines.
A presentation covering influence and persuasion skills applicable for those in the role of technical presales (solution architects, system engineers) as commonly found in high technology companies and software vendors. Content draws from behavioural economics, neuroscience and psychology, plus a bit of Star Trek.