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Neuroscience and Breakthrough Thinking
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Our brains change through out our lives, and we don’t have to let ourselves become neural couch potatoes. In The Net and the Butterfly: The Art and Practice of Breakthrough Thinking, Judah Pollack and co-author Olivia Fox Cabane provide historical and recent examples of breakthroughs of many types. They also present tools, practices and exercises that can help us develop new ways to see, observe, hear, behave and think.

3/24/2017
When: Friday, March 24, 2017
1 PM - 2 PM ET
Where: United States

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Friday March 24, 2017

1 PM – 2 PM ET

Neuroscience and Breakthrough Thinking

Guests: Judah Pollack and Barrett Horne

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Our brains change through out our lives, and we don’t have to let ourselves become neural couch potatoes. In The Net and the Butterfly: The Art and Practice of Breakthrough Thinking, Judah Pollack and co-author Olivia Fox Cabane provide historical and recent examples of breakthroughs of many types. They also present tools, practices and exercises that can help us develop new ways to see, observe, her, behave and think.

Judah Pollack is an author, professional speaker and strategic advisor on the art of leadership in a complex, shape-shifting world. Asking simple, powerful questions, he uses his process of inquiry to help executives gain deep insight into themselves and greater command of their teams and organizations. He has worked with U.S. Army generals, CEOs, start-up founders, social good founders and their executive teams. He brings together his understanding of personal, organizational and archetypal narrative to help leaders see their context, support change, and drive transformation. He is a regular contributor to Fast Company and guest lecturer at the University of California-Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.

 

Barrett Horne recently retired from serving with Yukon Government as an Organizational Development consultant. He has more than 30 years of experience providing management and organizational development expertise to a variety of NGO clients in nearly 40 countries.  Residing off-grid in the Yukon bush since 2002 (moving here from Oxford, U.K.), Barrett has spent the past seven years researching, developing and implementing a variety of leadership and organizational capacity building initiatives and programs within the Yukon Government.Building on a lifetime of insights into human systems, Barrett’s expertise has developed around helping clients access their own unique wisdom, turning those insights into practical actions to achieve the outcomes that are important to them.

 

 

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