Monthly Archives: February 2010

Brains to Diversify on Shifting Sands

When Dorthy told Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore, she spoke for many who shuffle constant changes  across differences. Yet, conflict caused by lack of inclusion at work, costs billions of dollars, not to mention robs motivation and morale, expert Cam Marston reminds us.  It takes radical… Read more »

10 Tips to Golf with the Brain in Mind

Since golf’s a cerebral game, it makes sense to play with more brainpower in mind. It may surprise you that golf benefits you mentally, or that you can literally raise your golf IQ. How so? 1.Shoot for a higher target than you typically land. Need a birdie to remain under… Read more »

Questions Stir up or Step on Brainpower

Did Tiger Woods refuse questions yesterday for the same reason others run from poisonous darts? Fact is, questions alter brainpower up or down. Ask one question, and stir brain chemicals for innovation. Ask another and  short-circuit electrical wiring for mental blackouts. We rewire our collective brainpower through questions that stir… Read more »

Circle Gatekeepers to Launch Innovations

For years I sought pathways past gate-keepers in order to introduce and develop shared innovations. Brain based renewal innovations for leaders and learners rarely make it through routine portals. Been there? To prance past wardens of yesteryear, takes teaming up with intelligent innovators of tomorrow. It also takes not settling… Read more »