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Copy of Copy of The 1.2.4 of Brain-Based Leadership

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My Calm Beat How do you create SAFETY in your organization?

How do you minimize danger
and maximize reward? Positivity : Negativity
5 X
3 : 1
30 : 10 The 1.2.4 of a Brain-Based Organization Why? A unique interagency initiative

Proclamation by President George Bush designating the 1990s as the Decade of the Brain
Enhance public awareness of the benefits to be derived from brain research. The LC/NIMH project introduced the general public to cutting-edge research on the brain and encouraged dialogue on the ethical, philosophical, and humanistic implications of these emerging discoveries. Optimize

Change & Collaboration
Last 15 years collected 95% of what we know about the brain. 2013 4 Million hits Boston Consulting ‘08 HBR ‘05 30,000 scientists The Neuroscience of Leadership ‘06 NeuroLeadership Institute ‘07 Google 104,000 hits Google 8,700 hits ‘09 Google 10 hits ‘04 Neural Darwinism ‘87, Edelman fMRIs Neurogenesis Neuroplasticity International Coach Federation 90s Decade of the Brain 2010 2005 2000 1995 1990 NeuroLeadership Timeline How many neurons in your brain?

a) 1 million
b) 1 billion
c) 85 billion
d) a gazillion “The brain is a wonderful thing,
it starts working the moment you get up
in the morning and does not stop
until you get to work.”

– Robert Frost We have the power
to sculpt our brains to
change our lives. One of the most important choices we can make is to know, manage and take special care of our brains.

It is not only a right but a responsibility
to ourselves, our place of work,
our friends, families and
the greater good."

-Carla Street
404-234-4502
pcstreet@comcast.net

Thank You!!! Usain Bolt Day trader Team at Work Tight-rope walker Performance Brain-based organizations have an understanding of how their brains work individually, and collectively.


1. Self-regulate to increase positivity and reduce negative contagion

2. Leverage intuition to increase engagement

3. Apply focused attention on small steps over time to achieve big goals

4. Reward small wins along the way

5. Set clear, realistic ‘stretch’ expectations

6. Create a culture of safety to improve thinking

7. Manage brain energy to improve productivity

8. Normalize change (plasticity) to generate insight and innovation

9. Promote In-group perspective to increase empathy and collaboration

10. Respect and embrace neuro-diversity Top 10 Characteristics of a
Brain-Based Organization In what ways are these examples brain-based?

1. CopiapÓ Mine Crew: On August 5, 2010, a cave-in occurred at the San José copper-gold mine, Chile. The accident left 33 men trapped 700 meters (2,300 ft) underground. The miners as a team? The rescuers team?

2. Spanish Soccer Team: Current reigning World and European champions, having won the 2010 World Cup and the 2008 European Football championship. The success of Spain in recent times and their style of play, has helped the Spanish team become a dominant force in world football.

3. The Red Cross: An international humanitarian movement with approximately 97 million volunteers worldwide

4. Blue Angels: A 6-jet team from the U.S. Navy and Marine corps that illustrates the best of precision flying
Self-Regulation

What does lack of self-regulation look like?

What are your triggers?
What is a circuit breaker?

A real-time mental image
that short circuits a habit pattern
Circuit Breakers Resonant Breathing

BPM = 6 Your Brain at Work "It isn't enough to have a good mind, you need to know how to use it well."

René Descartes 1.2.4 Brain-Based Organizations


1. Safety & Reward



2. Change & Collaborate


4. Self-Regulate WHO 2020 Top 10 Characteristics of Brain-Based Leadership

1. Limbic regulation
2. Energy management
3. Attention
4. Diversity
5. Empathy
6. Reward
7. Safety
8. Habit
9. Intuition
10. Positivity Session Goal:

Increase understanding of what it means to be a brain-based organization.

CR 1 - 10

DR 1 - 10 4 Million 2013 Boston Consulting ‘08 HBR ‘05 30,000 scientists The Neuroscience of Leadership ‘06 NeuroLeadership Institute ‘07 Google 104,000 hits Google 8,700 hits ‘09 Google 10 hits ‘04 Neural Darwinism ‘87, Edelman fMRIs Neurogenesis Neuroplasticity International Coach Federation 90s Decade of the Brain 2010 2005 2000 1995 1990 Brain-Based Leadership Timeline A Brain-Based Organization respects the importance of the brain at work.

A BBO underpins and aligns its culture with general principles of the brain to optimize performance and health. A Brain-Based Organization respects the importance of the brain at work.

A BBO underpins and aligns its culture with general principles of the brain to optimize performance and health. Session Goal:

Increase understanding of what it means to be a brain-based organization.

CR 1 - 10

DR 1 - 10 Collaboration
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