“Quantum Leap: How Quantum Computing is Revolutionizing Technology and Transforming Industries” by Mark M. Whelan Quantum computing is a type of computing that uses principles of quantum mechanics, such as superposition and entanglement, to perform operations on data. In contrast to classical computing, which uses bits that are either 0 or 1, quantum computing uses quantum […]
After a near death experience in Australia with a Box Jellyfish, I realised that my purpose in life was to be a collaborative, passionate, positive author and leader driven to build impact oriented projects and inspire and empower others through techniques that champions #neuroscience and #datascience. I am the Founder and Chief Education Officer of Human Centered Leaders and a Co-Founder of the Social Entrepreneurship Initiative Human Centered.
I have recently hosted workshops at Stanford and U.K.T.I. initiatives which were attended by C-suite from J.P. Morgan, Stanford University, Kissinger Associates, Apple et al. I have even hosted senior members of the UK Cabinet, along with coaching clients from Fortune 100 companies based in Silicon Valley and even royalty. I have found living in five different cultures (London, Rome, NY, Sydney, LA, Frankfurt, and Palo Alto) has played an important role in my education and along with a life threatening event that involved the world’s most poisonous creature.
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Every well-known speaker has had to overcome fear and develop the self-confidence to speak in public. Being able to deliver a well-crafted and interesting speech is not the result of some innate talent that only a few possess; rather, it is a skill that anyone can learn.
Why do some teams deliver performances exponentially better than the sum of their counterparts, while other teams add up to be much less? How can one build teams that seamlessly collaborate and act like a single hive-mind? The answer lies in group culture.New York Times bestselling author Danny Coyle unlocks the secrets of highly effective group cultures by studying the finest teams across various industries in the world, including the Navy SEAL’s, Pixar Studios, and the San Antonio Spurs.The Culture Code presents the three most important master skills required to transform your organizational culture.
SYNOPSIS What does it take to be a brave and courageous leader? How can emotional responses be channeled effectively in the workplace? Based on interviews with hundreds of global leaders, research professor Brené Brown – whose TED talk is one of the five most watched – summarizes the learnable skills that underpin daring leadership, and […]
Do you dread negotiations for fear of the conflict involved? The fact is that every aspect of our lives involves some form of negotiation. Expert FBI hostage negotiator Chris Voss details the best way to ask for what you think is right. Start reading.