The Brainy Insight for B2B (Renegade Media):
“We all know Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) are extraordinarily busy people. They’re juggling strategic, tactical, managerial, vendor and customer challenges, all while trying to stay ahead of the curve. This is where Read the rest of this entry »
By: Greater Good Magazine
Good coaches get results, respect, and awards. But what makes a coach or mentor good?
One school of thought says they should hold their mentees to specific performance benchmarks and help them reach those benchmarks by targeting their personal weaknesses.
But new research suggests a different tack—namely, to nurture a mentee’s strengths, aspirations for the future, and goals for personal growth. Indeed, Read the rest of this entry »
Brains of Football Players Don’t Fully Recover During Offseason, Study Finds (Education Week):
“Some football players’ brains may not fully recover from hits endured even after six months of no-contact rest during the offseason… imaging scans showed changes Read the rest of this entry »
Surgeon general says brain health ‘new frontier’ (ARNEWS):
“Brain health is the “new frontier” in science said Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho as she kicked off a two-day consortium on the topic. Tapping into the full potential of the brain can Read the rest of this entry »
Flying Through Inner Space (National Geographic):
“It’s hard to truly see the brain. I don’t mean to simply see a three-pound hunk of tissue. I mean to see it in a way that offers a deep feel for how it works. That’s not surprising, given that the human brain is made up of over 80 billion neurons, each branching out Read the rest of this entry »
Personal Neuro Seeks to Combine Google Glass with EEG (Medgadget):
“What do you get when you mix Google Glass and EEG? That’s the question that the people at Ottawa-based Personal Neuro (Devices) are on their way to answering… Read the rest of this entry »
1 in 68 Children Now Has a Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Why? (The Atlantic):
“The staggering increase in cases of ASD should raise more suspicion in the medical community about its misdiagnosis and overdiagnosis than it does. The science stacks up in favor of catching and treating ASD earlier because it leads to better outcomes…What gets lost in the debate is Read the rest of this entry »