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A Process to Discover the Strength in Being Vulnerable

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In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom continues his discussion with Robert Paris, CEO of Myelin Leadership International. He describes his “RENEW” process which is designed to help people feel more comfortable with being vulnerable. The process works by explaining how the brain works and how it affects their behavior. He then uses visual stimuli to help them tell their story, starting with childhood. This can help expose the hidden emotions and motivations that are buried.  Finally, he has individuals write self-performing scripts that they can use repetitively to rewire their brains for the authentic behaviors they want to manifest in their daily lives.

Robert is recognized as a pioneer in applying fundamental principles of neuroscience to management and leadership. He has recently developed ground-breaking programs in leadership, coaching, team-building and innovation that incorporate emerging knowledge of the brain to awaken more of the brain’s resources to enable people to expand perspectives, talk more authentically and create rare moments of insight – with remarkable results. Robert’s training and consulting practice has resulted in helping management teams accomplish their strategic objectives in the entertainment, high technology, information services, pharmaceutical, consumer packaged goods, retail, non-profit, transportation and logistics and mining industries. Robert designed and facilitated the original global leadership training program for the renowned Cirque du Soleil. Learn more at http://www.myelinleadership.com/.

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