Games are the most elevated forms of investigation, according to Einstein. So too are active projects, most young adults agree! Discover how brain chemicals, life experiences and genetics play key roles in learning choices and outcomes! See how your brain transforms barriers into benefits and wiggles problems into possibilities. Build… Read more »
Teens and young adults sometimes lack skills to read and follow directions well. How do you develop these skills?
20. Integrate Right and Left Brain It often takes a few whole brain essentials to communicate big pictures for a wider audience. From their left brains readers look for language, detail, scientific facts, strategies, logical thinking and sequencing approaches to show the order or timelines explored. From their right brains,… Read more »
5. Write to Fuse Arts and Science – The idea is to engage both sides of the brain in order to increase innovation. Would you agree that most people tend to ask questions with predictable answers? Boring to boot! Involve readers in your questions and watch how it suddenly draws… Read more »
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Two-footed questions drive curiosity and they can even convert ordinary minds into expert problem solvers? You’d likely agree that most people tend to ask questions with predictable answers. But add a second foot to your question and watch how it suddenly draws from both sides of the human brain for dynamic and surprising responses. How so?
If the scientific method was great it would likely invite wonder and delight for discovery – rather than incur dysfunction and a jaded sense of worth, around it. Right?
That was a question asked after hours of discussion with talented, and innovative researchers who claim to dislike their work. They feel disengaged and they spoke of being devalued in flawed systems. The got top science grants to investigate, but low grades for care or morale.
1. Ask – don’t tell. What if you were to ask one innovative question to a leader you encounter? What if you held back a strong opinion, in favor of learning from others today? Imagine the ground-breaking results for innovative workplace solutions you pioneer. Great solutions often span right and… Read more »
Few disagree on an urgent need to increase America’s science and math proficiency in order to compete in our fast paced world. But how can a call for less art increase top science capabilities? The opposite is true. Only when you engage both sides of the human brain, can you… Read more »
New research on right brainpowered innovation shows a pathway of possibilities for leaders ready to take the leap, says researcher Ibrahim Senay. Savants point to enormous innovative opportunities that come with right brain leadership. The key is to short circuit rusty approaches, in favor of practices that segue into innovative… Read more »
Are your meetings brain draining, or brain powering? The idea is to engage both sides of the brain, to increase innovation. See innovative meetings e-handbook here for dozens of practical strategies that bring meetings alive where you work. Respond either yes or no to each survey question and then… Read more »
In his book, The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working, best selling author, Tony Schwartz reminds us that the right hemisphere of our brains tend to be under-developed. Can you identify?
Jill Bolte Taylor’s mind-bending experience shows strong left brain dominance until after suffering a near death stroke.
Researchers at Queensland Brain Institute may have identified the molecule that links left and right brainpower, but Rita Right Brain’s the gal who uses it most at work. Professor Helen Cooper said her group’s research provided new clues regarding development of the corpus callosum, and yet Rita’s corpus callosum of… Read more »
Check out the video of research on a man with two brains! Watch what two brains can teach you to use yours more effectively. What happens on your left brain is not the same as activity on your right brain. Harvard trained brain scientist, Jill Bolte Taylor taught how brains… Read more »