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HeartMath: A change of heart changes everything. Group. If you are interested in learning to coach others inside your organisation, build an additional revenue stream as a professional coach or start your own coaching practice, this is one of the coaching worlds most respected and intensive training experiences. The Intensive Coach Training provides cutting-edge coaching skills, tools and resources to effectively coach others in any situation. The models at the core of the program draw on the hard science of how the brain works and provide practical, useful tools for improving other people’s thinking and performance. Learn the principles behind each coaching technique and become confident in its effective use through regular practice with fellow trainees and live coaching clients.

Futugene Oy - Love to Grow. NeuroLeadership – Transforming thinking & performance The methodology brings hard science to the art of improving human performance. NeuroLeadership®Group is a global human performance consultancy, drawing from the latest findings in neuroscience. In Futugene coaching this methodology is the core in coaching assignments. HeartMath – Building coherence and resilience The Institute of HeartMath® has created a medically and scientifically validated system for enhanced coherence and resilience.

Measuring the Success of Coaching High Impact coaching can significantly contribute to success journey of individuals and organizations. Play and applied improvisation Applied improvisation is a toolbox of various exercises, which can be adapted as energizers or excercises to demonstrate some real life situation. Great Middle Way. Chekawa Yeshe Dorje Seven Points of Mind Training I bow to the Lord of Compassion.

Great Middle Way

Preliminaries First, train in the preliminaries. Formal Practice Regard all phenomena as dreams. Examine the nature of unborn awareness. Self-liberate even the antidote. Rest in the nature of the essence. In post-meditation, be a child of illusion. Train alternately in taking and giving. Begin close to yourself. Mount the two upon the breath. 3 objects, 3 poisons, 3 roots of virtue. Google NGram Experiments. With Google’s new tool Ngram Viewer, you can visualise the rise and fall of particular keywords across 5 million books and 500 years!

Google NGram Experiments

See how big cocaine was in Victorian times. The spirit of inquiry over the ages. The spirit of inquiry over the ages II (NGram is case-sensitive). The Battle Of The Brains What happened around 1700??? Age-old debates (by Andy, James Rooney, Nick, Bidzubido, Jacqui,Gary,Stefan Lasiewski,Mark) Got any more? Rhetological Fallacies.

Buy a printable multi-language PDF Thanks to 李为维, Hayanna Carvalho, Iván Galarza, Klaus-Michael Lux, Kadar Magor, Gilles Peyroux and Adriano Venditti, Rhetological Fallacies is now available in Chinese, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian and Spanish.

Rhetological Fallacies

We’re thinking of creating an interactive version of this graphic. Is that a good idea? Let us know your thoughts & ideas in our 30 sec survey. Taken from the forthcoming infographic mega-tome, Knowledge is Beautiful. Google. Nurse reveals the top 5 regrets people make on their deathbed - Oh Darling. Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Speech 2005. Jon Kabat-Zinn. Jon Kabat-Zinn Jon Kabat-Zinn (born Kabat on June 5, 1944) is Professor of Medicine Emeritus and creator of the Stress Reduction Clinic and the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

Jon Kabat-Zinn

Kabat-Zinn was a student of Zen Master Seung Sahn and a founding member of Cambridge Zen Center. His practice of yoga and studies with Buddhist teachers led him to integrate their teachings with those of Western science. He teaches mindfulness meditation which he claims can help people cope with stress, anxiety, pain and illness. The stress reduction program created by Kabat-Zinn is offered at medical centers, hospitals, and health maintenance organizations.[1] Life and work[edit] Kabat-Zinn was born in 1944, to Elvin Kabat, a biomedical scientist, and Sally Kabat, a painter.

Kabat-Zinn was born Jewish but has stated that his beliefs growing up were a fusion of science and art.[2] Career[edit] Personal life[edit] Works[edit] References[edit]