Podcasts

Podcast: Erik Vance – Suggestible You – The Curious Science of Your Brain’s Ability to Deceive, Transform and Heal (11/7/2016) - Science journalist Erik Vance has written a fascinating and informative book on how your brain can affect the way you perceive, remember and feel about the world around you. Perhaps one of the most important points he brings out is that so-called psychological effects, such as placebos, are physiologically real - there are actually physical,
Podcast: Elizabeth Jameson – Intersection of Art and Science (10/11/2016) - Elizabeth Jameson is an artist who specializes in the intersection of art and science. She creates with the intent of transforming how people view the human experience of disease, allowing room for celebration of the imperfect body. Her practice emerged after she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Undergoing numerous brain scans to track the progression
Podcast: Marshall Goldsmith – 15 Coaches (10/6/2016) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5YyviiwJm0 Dr. Marshall Goldsmith has been recognized as one of the top ten Most-Influential Business Thinkers in the World and the top-ranked executive coach at the 2013 biennial Thinkers50 ceremony in London. Dr. Goldsmith is the author or editor of 35 books, which have sold over two million copies, been translated into 30 languages and
Podcast: ATD Houston – The Neuroscience of Infographics (10/4/2016) - In this webinar we’ll explore the neuroscience of infographics and why they work. You’ll learn a simple step-by-step process for creating your own infographics as well as a list of “dos and don’ts” to ensure that your next infographic is an effective learning tool.
Guest Podcast with eLearn Chat: The Power of Reflection in Learning (9/30/2016) - Jennifer LeBrett, of BeWell Network, and I were guests on the popular learning program eLearn Chat, hosted by Rick Zanotti of Relate.com and Linda Joy, of lindajoyvo.com. (What a great name she has, right?)
Podcast: Brent Schlenker (9/23/2016) - In this podcast, we talked about his latest adventure as host of the Training, Learning and Development Conference 2016 and his commitment to apply true learning science to the design of the conference.
Podcast: Neelesh Harbhajan (9/15/2016) - Neelesh Harbhajan is the founder of Magical Mind University where he teaches people inner world principles for outer world success. Neelesh is an international speaker and trainer and has been hailed by thousands as an inspirational, motivational and life-changing speaker. His students refer to him as “Mr. Dynamite” due to his high energy and enthusiasm
Podcast: Dr. Jane Bozarth (9/2/2016) - Jane’s newest book, “Show Your Work,” the payoffs and how-tos of working out loud, is full of practical insights for the learning professional and leverages the latest discoveries of how the brain learns – by sharing with others.
Podcast: Axonify Principle Learning Strategist JD Dillon (8/19/2016) - JD Dillon and I got together recently to chat about learning technology, neuroscience and social learning.
Podcast: My Interview on The Perkins Platform (3/31/2016) - Dr. Brian Perkins runs a live Internet radio show on topics of interest to educators. He recently interviewed me about my book, leadership in education, and our new project, Brain Matters Academy online
Podcast: How to Apply Neuroscience to Business, Teaching and Storytelling (1/28/2016) - I’ve been a fan of Park Howell for a while now. I love the way he’s reminded us all of the power of story to motivate, educate, inspire and entertain with his podcast The Business of Story.
Podcast: Dr. Soraya L. Vallés (11/5/2015) - Dr. Vallés gave me a preview of her Brain Matters 2015 talk in this interview. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VyoEreSLQc Dr. Soraya L. Vallés graduated in Biological Science at the University of Valencia and remained there to undertake a PhD under the supervision of Consuelo Guerri at Research Institution (Instituto de Investigaciones Citológicas), which she completed in 1996. Her
Podcast: Dr. Lois Zachary at Brain Matters 2015 – Bringing Out Genius with Mentoring (10/27/2015) - We’re honored to have Dr. Lois Zachary as a featured speaker at Brain Matters 2015 and recently I sat down with her to learn more about her views on mentoring, genius and her latest book with Lory Fischler, Starting Strong: A Mentoring Fable.
Podcast: Marshall Goldsmith Tells You How to Be the Person You Want to Be (10/23/2015) - This week I sat down with our Brain Matters keynote speaker, Marshall Goldsmith, to talk about his #1 Best Selling book, Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts--Becoming the Person You Want to Be and his upcoming appearance at Brain Matters 2015. I was struck by how many unconscious triggers may be stopping us from bringing out
Podcast: Trudi Baldwin – How to Peak at 70 & Beyond (10/16/2015) - Trudi Baldwin's varied and successful career as a manager in three Fortune 200 companies has afforded her endless "opportunities," as they're called in corporate-speak, to participate in the ridiculous.
Podcast: What is Flipped Learning? (10/9/2015) - The phrase “flipped learning” comes from the field of education, where it was adopted as an experiment to give teachers more classroom time for interacting with students. The idea is to record the lecture in advance so that students come to class with a basic understanding of the topic.
Podcast: Learning to Learn: Barbara Oakley (9/30/2015) - If you’re not sure about the staying power of the world-wide interest in practical applications of neuroscience to build better lives, talk to Dr. Barbara Oakley. Her course on Learning to Learn has reached over a million people and is still gaining momentum.
Podcast: Andre Vermeulen (9/17/2015) - I caught up with the globe-trotting Dr. Vermeulen in South Africa and we chatted about his program to assess individual learning capabilities.
Podcast: Margie Meacham Featured on TalentTalk Radio (8/20/2015) - Chris Dyer from PeopleG2 interviews top executives about leadership and talent development. I was honored to chat with him recently. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjGb6mcvsYI
Podcast: Mark Crowley (8/5/2015) - I had a great time interviewing Mark C. Crowley, the author of “Lead from the Heart: Transformational Leadership for the 21st Century." Mark is on a mission to fundamentally change how we lead people in the workplace.
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