Some Short Podcasts From The 2009 Neuroleadership Summit At UCLA

From Stephanie West Allen’s blog on Neuroscience and conflict resolution.

I got back late this week from the NeuroLeadership Summit with a strong need for a nap. The days were long and the presentations many. I hope to blog about some of the programs soon. Originally I had planned to blog in the evenings while there. Instead, soon after I returned to my room, I curled up in bed with a book and fell asleep minutes later.

People from all over the world were in attendance. I met and talked with a large number of people involved with a myriad of intriguing uses of neuroscience. (I only met one other mediator, though.) All in all, a very well-spent few days!

Now for the podcasts found here.

A snippet from Jonah Lehrer’s Keynote at the NeuroLeadership Summit

Jonah Lehrer, leading neuroscientist and author of the bestseller, How We Decide presented a keynote about decision making at the 2009 NeuroLeadership Summit. Listen to the first few minutes of his presentation here.


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Dan Siegel at the NeuroLeadership Summit 09

Matt Rule from Results Coaching Systems spoke with Dan Siegel M.D., best selling author of The Developing Mind and Co-Director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at the 2009 NeuroLeadership Summit.

Dan speaks about the importance for leaders and organizations to know about the mind and the brain and what leaders as integrators is all about.

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Jeffrey Schwartz M.D. on neuroscience and spirituality

Lisa
Rock from Results Coaching Systems speaks with Dr Jeffrey Schwartz
leading neuroscientist and Art Kleiner about neuroscience and
spirituality at the 2009 NeuroLeadership Summit.

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David Rock speaks with Warren Bennis at NeuroLeadership Summit 2009

David
Rock, founder of Results Coaching Systems and the NeuroLeadership
Institute caught up with Warren Bennis, one of the founding fathers of
leadership development, after his presentation to talk about giving and
receiving respect as leaders.

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Stephanie West Allen

Stephanie West Allen, JD, practiced law in California for several years, held offices in local bar associations, and wrote chapters for California Continuing Education of the Bar. While in CA, Stephanie completed several five-day mediation training programs with the Center for Mediation in Law, as well as a two-year intensive… MORE >

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