It likely comes as no surprise that human brains cannot vent and invent at the same time. Some media programs, and many organizations for that matter – enable venting in ways that preclude its opposite. How so?
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You only have to focus on innovation for a day at work, to observe a brain’s entire circuitry shut off spigots to common complaints. More dynamic, watch innovative initiatives turn on a brainpowered serotonin switch for winning possibilities.
The CEO Hour at WCEOhq Radio does just that. Co-hosts Bruce Peters and Diana Palotas toss back and forth hot insights between innovative business leaders in Rochester-Syracuse-Buffalo areas. As teams come together with promising possibilities, several innovations have begun to emerge across Upstate New York.
Unlike media programs that vent, brainpowered approaches invent new neuron pathways forward. Have you noticed how novelty springs up faster when multiple talents get tossed into the ring? Or when cynicism gets swept out?
Recently MITA’s brainpowered renewal approaches fit hand-in-glove into CEO Hour Radio. As program hosts, Bruce Peters and Diana Palotas teamed to promote the kind of growth many leaders in this area crave, MITA tossed in two-bit parts.
It’s easier than most realize to shape talents into tools, when you cutoff lifelines to constant criticism. Simply support teams with novel innovations that advance entire communities, and catch what I observed at CEO Hour Radio. Have you seen it happen?