Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations

Episode 11: Cognitive Bases & Bias of Leadership, Mitochondria & Leadership Energetics, OODA to DOODAC, Causation vs Disposition

March 29, 2020 Tyler Mongan with Dr James Giordano and Gabriele Fernandez-Bueno PhD Season 1 Episode 12
Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations
Episode 11: Cognitive Bases & Bias of Leadership, Mitochondria & Leadership Energetics, OODA to DOODAC, Causation vs Disposition
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Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations
Episode 11: Cognitive Bases & Bias of Leadership, Mitochondria & Leadership Energetics, OODA to DOODAC, Causation vs Disposition
Mar 29, 2020 Season 1 Episode 12
Tyler Mongan with Dr James Giordano and Gabriele Fernandez-Bueno PhD

EPISODE 11 of the Futures Intelligent Leadership Flowcast

I am really excited to share this episode with you, because I am joined by two scientist…and am I reminded of my early days in college research parasitic Protozoa and DNA binding behavior within different contexts. 

What is interesting is the two guest are many years apart. We have Dr. Jim Giordano who well into his career as a professor and neuroscientist, and we have Gabe Fernandez-Bueno, who is just getting started in his career as a clinical research scientist. So we have perspectives on leadership, not only from the mind of scientists, but also from the perspective of different generations. I think you will find the dialogue very insightful and provide a new lens from understanding what it means to be a leader.
 

DR JAMES GIORDANO
Jim is a Neuroscientist and neuroethicist focusing upon mechanisms and treatment of neuropsychiatric spectrum disorders, and neuroethical issues generated by brain science and its applications in medicine, public life, and military intelligence and warfare. He is a Professor in the Department of neurology and biochemistry and chief of the neuroethics studies program At Georgetown university. 

Gabe Fernandez-Bueno, PhD
Gabe  is currently a Clinical research scientist at the translational research Institute for metabolism and diabetes.  He is a multidisciplinary scientist with an interest in aiding the advancement of medicine to understand the intricate cellular mechanisms at play during metabolic and autoimmune disease pathogenesis. His focus is on creating the next generation of prevention techniques, therapeutic modalities, health services, and medical devices.

ABOUT THIS EPISODE
One thing I really enjoyed in the dialogue was Jim’s and Gabe’s continual reference to philosophical thought. It helps to remind us that philosophical thought is often at the root of scientific theory and research. 

In the dialogue we discuss the Cognitive bases of leader, Participatory leadership and how that also correlates with human cell biology, the importance of the three vistas of capability in the future, How an embodied and embedded brain impacts decision making, Why the ooda loop is really the doodac loop, How our biology is expressed through relationships and responds through psychology, Why mitochondria is important for understanding leadership function and biological energetics, Why understanding causation and disposition are required to complete the story of science, and finally, how initial conditions shape a system and how that impacts the context of leadership. 

Lets listen

find out more at www.haku.global

Show Notes

EPISODE 11 of the Futures Intelligent Leadership Flowcast

I am really excited to share this episode with you, because I am joined by two scientist…and am I reminded of my early days in college research parasitic Protozoa and DNA binding behavior within different contexts. 

What is interesting is the two guest are many years apart. We have Dr. Jim Giordano who well into his career as a professor and neuroscientist, and we have Gabe Fernandez-Bueno, who is just getting started in his career as a clinical research scientist. So we have perspectives on leadership, not only from the mind of scientists, but also from the perspective of different generations. I think you will find the dialogue very insightful and provide a new lens from understanding what it means to be a leader.
 

DR JAMES GIORDANO
Jim is a Neuroscientist and neuroethicist focusing upon mechanisms and treatment of neuropsychiatric spectrum disorders, and neuroethical issues generated by brain science and its applications in medicine, public life, and military intelligence and warfare. He is a Professor in the Department of neurology and biochemistry and chief of the neuroethics studies program At Georgetown university. 

Gabe Fernandez-Bueno, PhD
Gabe  is currently a Clinical research scientist at the translational research Institute for metabolism and diabetes.  He is a multidisciplinary scientist with an interest in aiding the advancement of medicine to understand the intricate cellular mechanisms at play during metabolic and autoimmune disease pathogenesis. His focus is on creating the next generation of prevention techniques, therapeutic modalities, health services, and medical devices.

ABOUT THIS EPISODE
One thing I really enjoyed in the dialogue was Jim’s and Gabe’s continual reference to philosophical thought. It helps to remind us that philosophical thought is often at the root of scientific theory and research. 

In the dialogue we discuss the Cognitive bases of leader, Participatory leadership and how that also correlates with human cell biology, the importance of the three vistas of capability in the future, How an embodied and embedded brain impacts decision making, Why the ooda loop is really the doodac loop, How our biology is expressed through relationships and responds through psychology, Why mitochondria is important for understanding leadership function and biological energetics, Why understanding causation and disposition are required to complete the story of science, and finally, how initial conditions shape a system and how that impacts the context of leadership. 

Lets listen

find out more at www.haku.global