On 60 Minutes on September 2 I was interviewed about what is really happening in the minds of our children who are addicted to gaming. This topic is of critical importance in so many homes across the globe. Congratulations to 60 MINUTES for their highly professional efforts to bring gravity to what is sometimes termed, ‘the silent […]
Jill presented a technical workshop at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) held in Abu Dhabi in November 2015. The theme of the conference was Innovation and Sustainability in a New Energy World. ADIPEC is now the world’s largest oil and gas exhibition with over 2,000 exhibitors and plays host to 85,000 […]
Watch for the neuroscience series on “Fry my chips – not my brain!” series.
There is science to it. It is validated, there is data, it is repeatable and it’s a science. About what am I speaking? The Neuroscience of Learning. Not just an art form. There is solid scientific research and evidence to prove that behaviour is learnt, therefore repeatable. Techniques can be designed and applied. This neuroscience […]
Fear and excitement have something fundamental in common. Can you guess? They share the same emotion. We experience the seemingly opposite and powerful emotions depending on our viewpoint. It is my intention when working with individuals to view change from a ‘gain’ perspective rather than a merely a ‘loss’ perspective. When the real benefits for […]