A video from the Mayo Clinic relating to their Transform Symposiums. Sarah Miller Caldecott, a great grandniece of Thomas Edison, has been engaged in creativity and innovation throughout her life. She is the co-author of “Innovate Like Edison”, a biography of Thomas Edison’s life with a special focus on his Continue Reading
Researchers from France and the United Kingdom reported in the BMJ (British Medical Journal) that “a human’s ability to remember data, to reason, and understand things properly can start to worsen at the age of 45 years, and not 60 as many had believed”. Study leader, Archana Singh-Manoux, at the Continue Reading
How the Brain develops and functions is an important consideration in leading and managing in education, business and non-profit organizations. A recent broadcast on NPR from Fresh Air from WHYY interviewing concerning new book, Welcome to Your Child’s Brain by neuroscientists Sandra Aamodt and Sam Wang. “It took scientists a long time Continue Reading
How is an educator like Dr. Deborah G. Estes a great keynote speaker for business and non-profits? Dr. Estes’ interest and knowledge of the brain and how this knowledge can motivate, improve teamwork and leaders, as well as generate new ideas, motivate and leverage strengths and abilities to propel Continue Reading
Watch Dr. Estes engage the teachers, students and community at the McKinney Independent School District Convocation in 2011. McKinney, Texas is 30 miles north of Dallas, Texas and 30 Miles south of Sherman, Texas. Texas schools systems begin with a bang with keynote speakers like Dr. Deborah G. Estes.
Communicating, whether it be one-on-one or one-to-five hundred, is becoming a necessary skill not only for educators but members of the corporate world as well. Information is power and as we attempt to empower others we must become more clear and effective in the way we present that information. This session Continue Reading
Bring Your Own Brain Let’s face it. We are going to have to use our brains increasingly to survive in a world of growing knowledge. As educators, we are responsible for the growth of young brains. Adults, as well, need to keep dendrites growing so that we might improve our Continue Reading