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Join us for an in-depth look at topics in neuroscience, consciousness, coaching and human transformation. Our shows explore research on both consciousness and the brain, making powerful and fascinating links to how we change and transform our lives.

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Join us for an in-depth look at topics in neuroscience, consciousness, coaching and human transformation. Our shows explore research on both consciousness and the brain, making powerful and fascinating links to how we change and transform our lives.

    Exploring Challenges, Providing Hope - Neurodiversity with Elaine Taylor-Klaus

    Exploring Challenges, Providing Hope - Neurodiversity with Elaine Taylor-Klaus

    In this episode, Ann and Ursula explore the rich and fascinating world of neurodiversity with the lovely and lively Elaine Taylor Klaus. Looking at both the struggles and challenges but also proving hope, Elaine is an author and coach and expert on all things "neuro-spicy." A Wesleyan University graduate (Connecticut) and CORO Fellow (New York), her passion for community, coaching and parenting is an inspiration - You won't want to miss this informative session! 

    Here is a resource from Elaine:

    ImpactParents.com/neurospicy

    For more about Elaine, see https://impactparents.com/about-impactparents-our-story/about-impactparents-elaine/

     

    • 56 min
    Working with Relational Trauma in Coaching

    Working with Relational Trauma in Coaching

    Trauma is all around us, and more and more coaches are aware of the impact on their clients. At BEabove Leadership, we focus on the damaging impact of relational trauma, whether from families of origin, intimate partners, or workplace leaders/colleagues. In this episode, Ann and Ursula dig into the who, what and when of working with this sort of trauma in coaching.

    We'll look at questions including what is appropriate and what isn't? How do we stay in the coaching lane when trauma comes into the conversation? How do you recognize that trauma has played or is playing a part in what's going on with your client? When do you refer to therapy and when do you carry on? We'll even look at what the International Coach Federation has to say. 

     

    • 1 hr
    Live Advice Show

    Live Advice Show

    Bring any and all questions about neuroscience, human effectiveness, and coaching and Ann and Ursula will attempt to answer and give advice as best they can! If you can’t attend live, please send your questions to khalida@beaboveleadership.com. Recording will be available in our archives after the show.

    • 57 min
    Less Effort, More Results: the Neuroscience of Effectiveness

    Less Effort, More Results: the Neuroscience of Effectiveness

    Could it be that true effectiveness is more than simple efficiency or even meeting our goals? At BEabove Leadership, we think a lot about personal, group and organizationaleffectiveness, but what does this really mean? In this eopisode Ann and Ursula explore the neuroscience behind why "effectiveness" is critical to human well-being, and offer some time tested and research-based ways to achieve it. 

    • 49 min
    What is Empathy, Really? Exploring the Human Empathy System

    What is Empathy, Really? Exploring the Human Empathy System

    Empathy is deeply important to human beings and healthy relationships, but what is it, really? Join BEabove Leadership co-founders for a fascinating look at the many ways our brains and bodies connect with each other. From mirror neurons that help us feel what is happening in another person's experience to the benefits and challenges of cognitive empathy, this show will explore the rich complexity of our interrelated empathetic connections. 

    • 59 min
    No, You Don't have a Reptilian Brain (Unless You're Actually a Reptile)

    No, You Don't have a Reptilian Brain (Unless You're Actually a Reptile)

    We are thrilled to have neuroscience expert Joseph Fridman for a lively discussion of how the "three layer" model of the brain is wrong, and why this matters. We'll look at why this myth continues to prevail in conversations about emotional intelligence and coaching, and how it limits human growth and awareness. We'll also discuss more accurate ways of discussing brain complexity as it relates to our emotional life. 


    Joseph is a researcher and science communicator at the Interdisciplinary Affective Science Laboratory at Northeastern University and Massachusetts General Hospital, which is co-directed by Lisa Feldman Barrett and Karen Quigley, and focuses on studying emotions. (For more on Joseph and his fascinating background, see here: https://www.josephfridman.com/about) 

     

    • 1 hr 1 min

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