“Doors to Transformation Through Neuroscience” Reviews

Reviews By Tarra Riley and Carolyn Poole Whenever I have the opportunity to attend a Joan King event, I always feel a sense of excited anticipation beforehand. I wonder what new insights I may glean, or how I may best use those new perspectives. Joan’s “Doorways to Transformation through Neuroscience” certainly lived up to my […]

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Executive Coaching and the War for Talent

As we know from many reports these days, senior managers are retiring in droves. There is not an industry in Canada that is not impacted by this demographic trend. HR Managers must address the challenge on all fronts. That includes: Finding creative ways to keep the baby boomers engaged longer Retaining all the potential talent […]

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Choosing Conversation

WOW, there’s such a variety of ways to describe “conversation” out there in the world! And many ways that authors categorize them, but I found little to no focus on who people are BEING in conversation. What I’ve learned by observing communication through a lens of intention is that how people speak to each other […]

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Language Matters Article

The way that we represent all of our beliefs and interpretations that Joan speaks of is through language. In the following article I look at language as a tool and as such how it can be creative or descriptive. First Structure of Interpretation: The most common structure of interpretation utilized by human beings at this […]

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Spirited Dialogue Article: Creating Opportunities for Growth

Spring is in the air and as Rebecca (our general manager) says, it is time for us to spring into action with a new look and new ways to connect. We are now actively participating on facebook, twitter and with groups on yammer. With this in mind we felt it was time to reintroduce the […]

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Doors to Transformation

We regularly identify who we are and who others are by behaviors exhibited. However, behavior observed today emerges from a pattern of neural connections that has been strongly reinforced, possibly at an early stage in our lives. Those pathways, developed long ago, continue to mediate behavior today. The question emerges how we can modify unwanted […]

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