Monday, February 01, 2010

First update for 2010

After a good three week break in December (which my brain really enjoyed) I am back into the swing of creativity for the year. Here are some things I am involved in that may be of interest.

Learn about Brain-Based Coaching, or get certified as a coach
Once in a while my organization puts on a training program in NYC, for people who want to learn to coach based on the brain.
Next program starts 12 Feb in Manhattan.
It's an ICF- Accredited Program (ACPT) and good for new or already trained coaches. Speak to Kathy Meehan kathymeehan@resultscoaches.com or see the web.

There are also programs coming up in 25 cities in 14 other countries, including in Calgary, India, the Middle East, Africa, the UK, Prague, Helsinki, Sao Paolo, Singapore, Hong Kong, Auckland, and Sydney. See the web for details.

Next intake of NeuroLeadership Post Graduate Certificate program - March 2010
The first program has been a great success, with students really inspired by the learning and most going on to module 2. The next intake starts mid March 2010, with another in September. Places are limited each intake. Click here for details or to register.

Update on Your Brain at Work
I'm really pleased with the feedback on the book so far, with some great reviews on Amazon, in TIME Magazine and Reuters. It's soon out in languages including German, Chinese, Czech, Thai and Korean.
A talk at Google's headquarters based on the book is online and has been viewed by over 20,000 people now (which feels a bit weird...!) Watch it here:
I will be leading some online learning programs coming up for people anywhere in the US and Asia Pac. More info coming soon.

NeuroLeadership Journal edition two out now
The 2nd edition is out. Learn about the brain's braking system, the neuroscience of engagement, and more.
You can also access the introductory paper for the journal free, which outlines the important developments in 2009.

NeuroLeadership summit debrief
There's now a full debrief online about the recent summit, complete with pictures and lots of free audio. See the NeuroLeadership Blog.

Twittering away
Am still enjoying sharing research and brain insights on Twitter.
My profile is davidrock101.