Learning Live 2014: The Chimp Paradox

Really useful insight here into a talk by Dr Steve Peters.

Learning as I go...

OK, so this is really overdue. I’ve had a few things crop up that have stopped me publishing this before now but hopefully it’s still relevant. The event might have been nearly a month ago but the ideas and indeed its impact will live on much longer I think.

20140911_102846Having been kindly invited by the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) to be part of the backchannel team for Learning Live 2014, my main duty was to share what was going on via Twitter. However, the keynote presentation from Dr. Steve Peters was almost impossible to do justice to in a series of 140 characters. So I decided to take notes instead and see if I could begin to recap it in a blog. Here’s the overview for what the session promised:

Attendees will be educated into the workings of the human mind, particularly emphasising emotional management leading to optimising performance…

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Sukh Pabial

I'm an occupational psychologist by profession and am passionate about all things learning and development, creating holistic learning solutions and using positive psychology in the workforce.

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