COACHING AND THE BRAIN Jane Creswell, MCC August 1, 2013 iNTERNAL iMPACT

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  • COACHING AND THE BRAIN Jane Creswell, MCC August 1, 2013 iNTERNAL iMPACT
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  • 2 Agenda Physiology of the Brain Neural Networks Storing/Retrieving Information Fear Application to Coaching iNTERNAL iMPACT |
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  • 3 The Brain iNTERNAL iMPACT |
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  • 4 The Brain in Your Hand iNTERNAL iMPACT | Cortex Brain stem Limbic system Left side view Front view From Coaching With the Brain in Mind by David Rock and Linda Page
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  • 5 The Cortex iNTERNAL iMPACT | Motor Cortex Limbic system Left side view Rear Association area Sensory Cortex Pre-frontal Cortex
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  • 6 Neural Networks iNTERNAL iMPACT |
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  • 7 Retrieving, Storing, Retaining Info iNTERNAL iMPACT |
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  • 8 Memory Structure iNTERNAL iMPACT |
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  • Your Multiple Brains 9 iNTERNAL iMPACT | Cephalic Brain (50-100B neurons): Cognitive Perception Thinking Making Meaning Cardiac Brain (30-120K neurons) : Emoting Valuing Relational Affect Enteric Brain (200-500M neurons): Identity Self Preservation Mobilization
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  • 10 Fear Thalamus: Determines where to send data Sensory cortex - Interprets sensory data Hippocampus Memory; processes stimuli to establish context Amygdala - Decodes emotions; stores fear memories Hypothalamus - activates "fight or flight" response iNTERNAL iMPACT |
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  • 11 Pattern Matching and Metaphor iNTERNAL iMPACT |
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  • 12 Key Brain Function Concepts Use it or Lose it The Brain is Changing Every Second Parts of the Brain Used Most Grow Strongest Free Will has Significant Impact Fear Inhibits Learning The Brain is a Pattern Matching System Metaphor: Most Readily Accepted Form of Learning iNTERNAL iMPACT |
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  • 13 Application to Coaching Developing the Relationship Coaching Presence Active Listening Powerful Questions Direct Communication Creating Awareness Designing Actions Managing Progress and Accountability iNTERNAL iMPACT |
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  • 14 Resources for Coaching and the Brain: Books A Users Guide to the Brain - by John J. Ratey, MD The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science Norman Doidge Brains: How They Seem to Work Dale Purves Cellular Wisdom for Women Joan C. King Coaching with the Brain in Mind: Foundations for Practice David Rock and Linda Page Your Brain and Business: The Neuroscience of Great Leaders Srinivasan S. Pillay Your Brain at Work David Rock Using Your Multiple Brains to Do Cool Stuff Marvin Oka and Grant Soosalu iNTERNAL iMPACT |
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  • 15 Resources for Coaching and the Brain: Web The NeuroLeadership Institute www.neuroleadership.org/ www.neuroleadership.org/ The Lunbeck Institute; Images of the Brain www.cnsforum.com/educationalresources/imagebank//de fault.aspx www.cnsforum.com/educationalresources/imagebank//de fault.aspx How Stuff Works: The brains response to fear health.howstuffworks.com iNTERNAL iMPACT |