Currently, I direct the MITA International Brain Center for Innovative Change, am Chief Academic Officer for a series on renewal with PBS, and am working with a University where my MITA brain based model will inform a new Business Innovation Leadership Program. I'm interested in organizational change for higher productivity and worker morale. I facilitate talent among top leaders and university faculty, using the MITA brain based approach to higher motivation and achievement for all. http://mitaleadership.com/index.html The MITA model offers tools to help leaders tackle the challenge of unfair advantage head on – with the same robust ethics leaders like to see steeped in their grandchildren’s world. We show how the brain defaults to ruts. We also show good news about how leaders choose brain parts daily for or against a winning new system. We challenge leaders - how will they choose today? Either way that chosen response is stored in the brain's amygdala, and will become a leader's future response forward. I show how - regardless of age, position, background, or education - most leaders find more success by replacing common misconceptions about workplace well being, with tools developed from brain facts that make it happen.
International leaders who see change for the future, inspire me most, and I am passionate about working alongside university and business leaders in places like Ireland's WIT (Waterford Institute of Technology), Chile, Caribbean and other countries. People who see and create new possibilities for what it means to solve problems for the postmodern era intrigue me.
I'm highly interested in supporting international leaders. People who stand at locked doors across all careers with wonderful ideas and offerings, live stories that I enjoy spreading. I hope that my own renewal model - MITA - will help to build the new world order that refuses to place greed and money at the center, in favor of brainpower that pulls people together and connects brainpower for a finer future.
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