Pasbjerg's New Blog:
Can Grow New Brain Cells-Here’s How: Can
we, as adults, grow new neurons? Neuroscientist Sandrine Thuret says
that we can, and she offers research and practical advice on how we
can help our brains better perform neurogenesis—improving mood, increasing
memory formation and preventing the decline associated with aging along
management/Strategies and Study Guide: Could
you use some help organizing your priorities? Here's a great (and free)
resource that I found which includes tools,
strategies and a study guide.
Peterson literally wrote the book on Positive Psychology when he
published "A Primer in Positive Psychology" in 2006. This
is the most comprehensive book I know of for those interested in learning
more about this subject. If you are interested in ordering this book
I have also included, for your convenience, the link below.
Article: Real Change, a Model That Works: What
makes the difference between goals that get accomplished and goals that
get "lost by the wayside"? Those in leadership positions pour over data
trying to determine trends only to discover that goals that they have
set for the last calendar or fiscal years have not only not been met,
but have been forgotten in the fast-paced world where "urgent" so often
supersedes what is truly important Would you like to increase your success
and/or your organization's success at hitting targets?. Read about the
three top reasons why personal and professional goals for change do
not get accomplished and check out the research on what makes change
work. Read Full Article
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of Healthcare Executives is an international professional society of
more than 35,000 healthcare executives who lead hospitals, healthcare
systems and other healthcare organizations.
ICF is a nonprofit, individual membership organization formed by professionals
worldwide who practice business and personal coaching.
exists to Build, Support and Preserve the integrity of the coaching
profession through programs and standards supported by the individual
Coaches Association of Michigan (PCAM) was organized in 2004
to serve the broad spectrum of professional coaches who live and work
in Michigan, and to work for the advancement of professional coaching.
PCAM's values are: Leadership, Service, Community, Collaboration and