Aligning Brain, Heart & Gut to Foster Agility

by Silvia Damiano on 26 February 2019

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In an age where artificial intelligence is becoming the norm, it is important to focus on the qualities of human beings which allow us to personally transform and offer a broader spectrum for effective thinking. Leaders who are able to understand, perceive and process their emotions a …

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A Leadership Model that Offers a Holistic Approach to Human Potential

by Sally Wernham on 21 February 2019

A Leadership Model that Offers a Holistic Approach to Human Potential - About my Brain Institute

With a keen interest in leadership development, I was inspired to engage with the i4 Neuroleader Model & Methodology for a few reasons. As a neurobiology-based personal leadership and well-being model, it aligned with my interest in the growing body of neuroscientific research on …

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Learn to Love the Library Again

by Silvia Damiano on 14 February 2019


A recent article in Forbes stated that local libraries should close and be replaced with Amazon. Written by an economics professor, the author suggested that libraries are obsolete because of technology. The piece has since been removed from Forbes’ website, but it’s heartening to see …

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Do Meditation & Mindfulness Really Work in the Office?

by Silvia Damiano on 12 February 2019

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Stress in the workplace contributes to poor physical and mental health, and the negativity associated with stress can affect your personal relationships, as well. Stress management techniques are helpful to avoid burnout and the health issues that stress causes. Meditation and mindful …

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A Life-Changing Film is Out There Somewhere

by Silvia Damiano on 7 February 2019

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Films, and in particular, documentaries have been around for nearly 100 years. The first official documentary is usually considered to be the work by Robert Flaherty. Made in 1922, Nanook of the North unveiled the difficult life of Canadian Inuits.1 These kinds of films have come a lo …

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Leading with Love & Compassion: Growing with the i4 Neuroleader Model

by Kim Ellis on 5 February 2019

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This has been a long journey for me, and the completion of this training program, many months after the course, also marks the end of my time at the Botanic Gardens and Centennial Parklands. These final weeks and the participation in the About my Brain training has made me realise I h …

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