With a national election getting closer and closer, I find myself thinking about our political system and the increasingly divisive tone of policy debate today.
In the spirit of U.S. Independence Day, here are the top 10 things I learned about being my own boss.
Lately things seem to be coming to me in bunches – ideas that appear at first to be distinctly different subjects are starting to merge inside my brain. The last time this happened I tried to make sense of machine learning, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things.
Register today! I will be in sunny southern California on July 19th to deliver my workshop, Using Neuroscience to Enhance your Instructional Design, in partnership with the San Diego Chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ATD). Do you feel like no matter what method, model or theory you use, it just doesn’t do your…
We’re expanding on Marshall Goldsmith’s 10-day Behavior Changing Technique
In today’s tech-crazy world, most of us are more comfortable taking notes on an electronic device than jotting something down by hand, even if our typing skills leave something to be desired.
Do you feel like no matter what method, model or theory you use, it just doesn’t do your design justice? If so, then you might consider creating training based on what neuroscientists know about the brain. This one-day workshop on how to use neuroscience to enhance your instructional design.
Most of you know that I’m a learning consultant by trade and I apply the science of learning to real-world learning and performance improvement projects for my clients. You may also have noticed that one of my side interests is artificial and augmented intelligence.
This weekend we celebrate Memorial Day in the U.S. Originally, this was a rather somber holiday, created to honor the dead on both sides during our horrific civil war. As we continued to collect more wars in our history, the holiday expanded to cover all of our fallen heroes.
After months of cold, windy, dreary winter, summer is finally upon us. Traditionally, this is the time to take a vacation, travel to new sites, take it easy, and break your regular routine.
It’s no longer newsworthy to report that multi-tasking is a myth. Neuroscience has discovered what psychology long suspected – our brain doesn’t really perform multiple cognitive tasks at the same time.