Neuroscience for Managers: Make your team mentally agile

Gregory Caremans, Making the Unconscious Conscious

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41 Lessons (2h 9m)
    • 1. Welcome

      2:48
    • 2. 4 brainstructures

      4:52
    • 3. Hypothesis

      2:17
    • 4. Neuromanagement

      1:43
    • 5. The role of the Reptilian Brain

      2:59
    • 6. Types of stress

      5:12
    • 7. Recognizing our own stress

      Recognizing your own stress.pdf
      0:48
    • 8. Managing our own stress

      4:23
    • 9. Exercise: Multisensoriality

      3:04
    • 10. Intro to RSM

      3:31
    • 11. RSM Flee

      2:38
    • 12. RSM Fight

      2:26
    • 13. RSM Freeze

      2:27
    • 14. Conclusion RB

      2:25
    • 15. Homework

      2:50
    • 16. Role of the PB

      2:47
    • 17. Self confidence

      4:44
    • 18. Trust

      3:14
    • 19. Homework

      0:48
    • 20. RGPM Guidelines

      5:33
    • 21. Climbing up the ladder

      2:33
    • 22. Changing own positioning

      4:49
    • 23. RGPM

      1:56
    • 24. Conclusion to the Paleolimbic Brain

      25 Conclusion to the Paleo.pdf
      0:38
    • 25. Role of NLB

      3:14
    • 26. Primary Personalities

      4:02
    • 27. 8 personality types

      1:47
    • 28. Homework

      1:34
    • 29. Secondary Personalities

      3:07
    • 30. Intolerances

      5:44
    • 31. Managing the Neolimbic

      5:28
    • 32. Conclusion to the neolimbic brain

      25 Conclusion to the Neo - Motivations.pdf
      0:32
    • 33. 6 dimensions

      3:42
    • 34. Automatic vs adaptive mode

      5:18
    • 35. Multiple point of views

      2:44
    • 36. Means demands pyramid

      4:22
    • 37. Prefrontal others

      3:53
    • 38. Conclusion to the prefrontal brain

      0:40
    • 39. Content vs container

      3:49
    • 40. Who's in control

      who's in control answers.pdf
      4:22
    • 41. Final Conclusion

      3:12

Project Description

Who's in control?

  • Describe a day in your life, as a succession of snapshots
  • for each snapshot you should give a short description of the situation 
  • for each situation, you should then explain which brainstructure is active, and why
  • your assignment will contain no less than 12 snapshots
  • attached you'll find an example for your assignment

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