The briefer (the meeting) the better to maximize brain potential”

Ques­tion by Michael King
I am curi­ous… as the Direc­tor of a Brain Health Cen­ter, what do you do to opti­mize your own brain per­for­mance? And what about your co-work­ers’ brain performance?

Sandra_Bond_ChapmanAnswer by Dr. San­dra Chapman
I nev­er accept sta­tus quo or pre­dictable meet­ings. The briefer the bet­ter to max­i­mize brain poten­tial. It is impor­tant for peo­ple to give their ideas in a sen­tence or two at a high lev­el ver­sus get­ting bogged down in the details to explain every­thing. I want syn­the­sized new ideas to lead the way! I squeeze the poten­tial out of my co-work­ers by mak­ing them inno­vate new ideas and solve big prob­lems with­out micro-man­ag­ing their thinking.

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