• Imagination @ Work

    Imagination @ Work 

    Imagination, mind wandering and the importance of disrupting your routine. Learn how we can improve our odds of having a moment of insight in the 21st century. Predict our aptitude for turning that light bulb idea into career and professional success by understanding the importance of GRIT.

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  • Engage Your Winner's Brain

    Engage Your Winner's Brain 

    Think faster and remember more. Understand the basics of how your brain 'pays attention', the myths and realities of effective multi-tasking and the art and science of remembering everything.

    $ per participant
  • Explore Your Creative Brain

    Explore Your Creative Brain 

    Inspire the innovative thought process. Learn about the subtle differences between the two hemispheres of your brain and how they work together to facilitate creativity. Realize the limitations of common problem solving models and how they can be improved to foster greater collaboration, creativity and innovation.

    $ per participant
  • # Virtually Social

    # Virtually Social 

    Improve your leadership skills in our #virtually social world. Discuss and experience how social media, telecommuting and technological development will impact our brain and behaviour. Leading and working in a #virtually social environment impacts decision making and team member engagement. Learn to maximize the good, mitigate the bad and minimize the ugly.

    $ per participant

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Daily Dose

I am a man. If Jaxon's son is my son's father, what relationship am I to Jaxon?

You would be Jaxon's son. The easiest way to solve this problem is to substitute me for the phrase 'my son's father'. The statement would then read: If Jaxon's son is me, what relatioinship am I to Jaxon?

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