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Smart Company: Six Tips To Redefine Your Leadership Style

November 26, 2018
Once we acknowledge leadership must be fluid and our brains are up for the challenge of learning something new, we can move forward in creating healthy, innovative and productive leaders.
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Kochie's Business Builders: Neuroscience And Leadership - Are Leaders Born, Or Made?

October 24, 2018
Social scientist, leadership expert and award-winning filmmaker, Silvia Damiano has spent the past two decades pondering the question: is a good leader made or born?
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Mindfulbiz Podcast: Using Neuroscience To Create Better Leaders

October 19, 2018
Leadership is quickly becoming a more accessible dream where Business Owners, Managers and CEOs can create and develop more leaders within their business to improve their working environment for success.
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A Fresh Agenda: Take A Shower To Spark Creativity

September 26, 2018
Silvia Damiano speaks to Cristina Mendonsa from A Fresh Agenda about the i4 Neuroleader Model & Methodology of leadership, the About my Brain Institute and her new documentary, “Make Me A Leader”. They discuss creativity and how to train our brains to be more innovative.
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Joining The Web Summit: Where The Tech World Meets

November 03, 2014
Joining the Web Summit: Where the Tech World Meets - the best technology conference on the planet.
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Leadership is Upside Down

May 29, 2014
We believe that anyone can be a leader. And by enhancing certain abilities, traits & behaviors, everyone has the opportunity to improve their capacity to do so.
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Scratch Your Own Itch

July 18, 2013
Have you ever wanted to start your own business, be successful and be your own boss? What's stopping you?
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On Entrepreneurship & The Creative Brain

May 02, 2012
Learning how “our brains” work will make us more aware and attentive to those behaviours that may get in the way of our success.
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Dyslexia

July 04, 2010
The brain of a dyslexic person has to work up to 5 times harder than a non-dyslexic brain –according to some recent research at the University of Washington.
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