Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations

Episode 25: The brain is a system within a system...embedded in a system, how mindfulness impacts brain traits and states, how to utilize bias, How to unwind detrimental thought loops, Why the brain is the original virtual reality device...

October 26, 2020 Tyler Mongan with Dr James Giordano and Rob Dube Season 1 Episode 26
Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations
Episode 25: The brain is a system within a system...embedded in a system, how mindfulness impacts brain traits and states, how to utilize bias, How to unwind detrimental thought loops, Why the brain is the original virtual reality device...
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Futures Intelligence Leadership: Innovative Wisdom for Future-Ready Organizations
Episode 25: The brain is a system within a system...embedded in a system, how mindfulness impacts brain traits and states, how to utilize bias, How to unwind detrimental thought loops, Why the brain is the original virtual reality device...
Oct 26, 2020 Season 1 Episode 26
Tyler Mongan with Dr James Giordano and Rob Dube

Episode 25: The brain is a system within a system, embedded in a system, how mindfulness impacts brain traits and states, how to utilize bias, How to unwind detrimental thought loops, Why the brain is the original virtual reality device, the neuroscience of awareness and focus, the power of the word “because,” and why your brain might be a generator, antenna or receptor for consciousness with Dr James Giordano and Rob Dube

About Dr Giordano
Dr James (Jim) Giordano 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.

About Rob Dube
Rob Dube is the Co-CEO and Co-Founder at imageOne, which was  recognized as one of the Top 25 Small Businesses in America as a Forbes Small Giant company in 2017. Rob is the author of “donothing, The most rewarding leadership challenge you’ll ever take” and he hosts leadership retreats to help leaders do-nothing as a means to unplug and rejuvenate their minds. 

About this Episode
I am really excited to have Dr Giordano on for his second visit as a guest on the podcast. If you missed it you can catch his deep insights on futures intelligence in episode 11. In this episode Rob discusses the practical practice of mindfulness that he utilizes for himself and other leaders, while Jim provides insights into the neural correlates, or brain mechanisms or the experiences.  As always this discussion is focuses around the impacts this has on futures intelligence leadership.  

So if you are interested in why leaders need to understand that their brain is a system within a system, embedded in a system, How to remove mental busy-ness, how mindfulness impacts brain traits and states, how to purposefully utilize personal bias as a leader, How to unwind detrimental thought loops, why the brain is a bayesian processor and how that impacts the ability to predict and make decisions towards a specific future, Why the brain is the original virtual reality device, the neuroscience of awareness and focus, the power of the word “because,” the neuroscience of compassion, and why your brain might be a generator, antenna or receptor for consciousness. 

Find out more about Futures Intelligence Leadership at www.haku.global

Show Notes

Episode 25: The brain is a system within a system, embedded in a system, how mindfulness impacts brain traits and states, how to utilize bias, How to unwind detrimental thought loops, Why the brain is the original virtual reality device, the neuroscience of awareness and focus, the power of the word “because,” and why your brain might be a generator, antenna or receptor for consciousness with Dr James Giordano and Rob Dube

About Dr Giordano
Dr James (Jim) Giordano 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.

About Rob Dube
Rob Dube is the Co-CEO and Co-Founder at imageOne, which was  recognized as one of the Top 25 Small Businesses in America as a Forbes Small Giant company in 2017. Rob is the author of “donothing, The most rewarding leadership challenge you’ll ever take” and he hosts leadership retreats to help leaders do-nothing as a means to unplug and rejuvenate their minds. 

About this Episode
I am really excited to have Dr Giordano on for his second visit as a guest on the podcast. If you missed it you can catch his deep insights on futures intelligence in episode 11. In this episode Rob discusses the practical practice of mindfulness that he utilizes for himself and other leaders, while Jim provides insights into the neural correlates, or brain mechanisms or the experiences.  As always this discussion is focuses around the impacts this has on futures intelligence leadership.  

So if you are interested in why leaders need to understand that their brain is a system within a system, embedded in a system, How to remove mental busy-ness, how mindfulness impacts brain traits and states, how to purposefully utilize personal bias as a leader, How to unwind detrimental thought loops, why the brain is a bayesian processor and how that impacts the ability to predict and make decisions towards a specific future, Why the brain is the original virtual reality device, the neuroscience of awareness and focus, the power of the word “because,” the neuroscience of compassion, and why your brain might be a generator, antenna or receptor for consciousness. 

Find out more about Futures Intelligence Leadership at www.haku.global