Category Archives: Mindful Leader Series

Since what we lecture is not what others learn …

Most agree with neural research that illustrates how learning revs up with interaction and involvement. But fewer seem sure about how to create a syllabus for high school or higher education classes without lectures. Vermont Medical School is one of few who abandoned lectures in favor of engaging students. How… Read more »

Why Do Brains Resist or Run to Community Outreach?

Ever wonder how your brain uploads new ideas? How it runs with wonder toward inspired ideas – or rejects renewal like bats reject sunshine? Or have you sensed brilliance that thrives just beyond your reach? The brain holds secret paths toward new ideas such as combining learning+summer fun+giving as in… Read more »

Rubenstein on Humility and the Economy

Each day offers a distinct choice to act humbly for peace, to or react by arrogant attempts to seize power in your race to the top. But what’s this humility David Rubenstein proposes for leaders? Without doubt, humility that is hardwired into minds, is the stuff that builds and sustains… Read more »

Blogging Live 2009 World Business Forum

Join Brain Leaders and Learners on October 6 and 7 and become part of the live blog from Radio City Music Hall, New York City.  Ask 2-footed questions, and tell us what’s on your mind that links to speakers’ topics. Along with a hub of 30 invited bloggers I’ll share… Read more »