Almost a year ago, we posted most of the contents of the blog item you are now viewing and reading on LEAP!psych in this same space. I hope you’ll indulge me one more time by reading through it again. And, if you haven’t already done so, I’d count myself privileged if you should decide to [...]
That’s the plan! Michael Roth’s plan. This Portland, Oregon-based distributor for Brain Technologies is working diligently to take his love and appreciation for the “dolphin strategy” models, tools and techniques to the next level. When he’s done, his goal is have “a dynamic new resource for community organizing” in place to improve the success rate [...]
Why would the president of the University of Missouri system say the issue of racist behaviors against the system’s students was going to be taken up next April when one of his students was on a hungry strike that would kill him much earlier?
Why would the same tone-deaf administrator react lukewarmly—to put it generously—to a [...]
By the way, the links in those images don’t work, but here’s one that does. For more information on BTC’s BrainMap(R) assessment tool, go here.
The company we keep at Brain Technologies is highly creative. We never know what imaginative acts or outcomes to expect from our colleagues, clients and friends (or, as you are about to see, their children) next. Several of those folks have been operating outside the box or at least close to the edge again. [...]
Adam Lindemann, BTC’s newest Associate, will be introducing a Hong Kong audience to Dolphin Strategy principles and techniques useful to the entrepreneur as the headliner for this coming Friday’s monthly “Smart Talk” at Cyperport, the Hong Kong-government-backed technology venture digital center. You can see the promo for the event below.
Adam first read Strategy of the [...]
It probably isn’t a subject that graduate business students arriving at the Hua Mak Campus of Bangkok’s Assumption University normally expect to tackle. But when their experiences using Brain Technologies’ change tools and models are complete, few other aspects of their studies are likely to have a more lasting influence on their lives and careers.