Hosted by the OD Network and presented by Plexus Institute Board Member Judah Pollack
Neuroplasticity and the Problem of the Middle
12 PM EST/11:00 AM CST/9:00 AM PST
(Webinar Duration: 90 Minutes)
Presented By: Judah Pollack
all know that in organizations the top executives are looking to move
forward and the new hires and young employees are searching for the new
way forward. It is the large middle section of the organization that is
most hostile to change. Looking at this phenomenon through a
neurological lens we see that it is caused by our brain's ability to
build new connections, or our brain's lack of that ability.
We will explore what neuroplasticity is, how it works, and how this effects the ability to change an organization.
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About Judah Pollack
Pollack is an expert in the art of leadership in a rapidly changing
world. He is the coauthor of two books, The Chaos Imperative for Random
House and Wiring The Breakthrough Brain for Penguin Portfolio. He has
spoken for Google, UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, and the US
Army Special Forces. He currently serves on the Plexus Institute's
Complexity Science Board, as well as adjunct faculty for the Stanford
Enterprise Accelerator, StartX.
pioneered the Starfish Program with the US Army's TRADOC Command under
the auspices of Commanding General Martin Dempsey, and is leading
programs for the Army's senior leadership as well as developing a
program to help returning soldiers handle PTSD and reintegration. In the
business world, Judah has worked with Fortune500 companies such as
Google, SAP, and Oracle.
first started honing his skills in understanding psychology and
strategy on the Presidential campaign trail. He was named writer of the
year by the NH Press Association and was known for asking the question
that brought dead quiet to campaign busses.
Click here to view his TEDx talk.