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EXPERT on Brain food: Andrea Sullivan, M.A.

Brain Food: Menu Choices for Enhancing Mood, Learning & Performance in Meetings 

For more than 25 years, people have benefited from Andrea Sullivan’s expertise. Her specialization in understanding the application of brain research has helped organizations with their learning design, group dynamics, organizational growth and leadership. Now she brings the expertise to IACC to discuss how food enhances moods, learning, and performance in meetings.

American Society for Training & Development

ASTD (American Society for Training & Development) is the world’s largest association dedicated to workplace learning and performance professionals. ASTD’s members come from more than 100 countries and connect locally in more than 130 U.S. chapters and with more than 30 international partners. Members work in thousands of organizations of all sizes, in government, as independent consultants, and suppliers.

Six Habits Of Highly Ineffective Meeting Professionals

Being a meeting professional can be hard work.

Being an ineffective meeting professional is even harder, especially for everyone involved.

Six Habits Of Unsuccessful Meeting Professionals

Global Change Journey training courses

 Global Change Journey training courses: A fresh view on change in organizations

We all know that 60-80% of all change projects fail. It is time to change how we see change.

Spending Time in Nature Makes People Feel More Alive

ScienceDaily (June 4, 2010) — Feeling sluggish? The solution may require getting outside the box -- that big brick-and-mortar box called a building.

Being outside in nature makes people feel more alive, finds a series of studies published in the June 2010 issue of the Journal of Environmental Psychology. And that sense of increased vitality exists above and beyond the energizing effects of physical activity and social interaction that are often associated with our forays into the natural world, the studies show.

SPEAKER: John Medina

John Medina has the rare gift of making science fun and accessible to business leaders. He is an extraordinary speaker -- perhaps one of the most energetic and engaging speakers you will ever encounter. And he has a message that every leader needs to survive and thrive at work.

In a keynote presentation or dynamic workshop, Medina guides you through his 12 Brain Rules, things you should know about how the brain works. With fascinating stories and his characteristic sense of humor, he'll explain:

The Social Capital Foundation

TSCF pursues the promotion of social capital and social cohesion. "Social Capital" is a resource that can be used to revitalize social cohesiveness, and can be defined as a set of mental dispositions and attitudes favoring cooperative behaviors within society; in this sense, it equals the spirit of community. 

 

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4 Best Practices for Getting Presenters to Submit Their Materials

When it comes to getting things done on time, it’s not easy. It’s in our nature to wait until the last minute to do even the most important things like Christmas shopping or doing our taxes. And, there are many things in life we commit to, yet don’t follow through on such as: helping people move, paying bills on time or just walking the dog. We’re human, what can you expect?

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