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Shifting the Paradigm: Neuroscience and Evolutionary Biology Interpret Culture - Shared screen with speaker view
Aelita Brivins
27:51
Hi from Hong Kong!
Jamie Gelbtuch
28:06
Hi from NYC!
Syed Zafar
28:09
Houston - Wonderful
John Luecke
28:14
good morning from Raleigh, NC
Aelita Brivins
29:04
It was +28'C and sunny this afternoon in Hong Kong
Monica Salido-Fisher
31:48
Good morning from Chicago
Kendra Carpenter
32:06
Good morning from Toronto :)
Bobbie Noloboff
32:08
Hello from St. Augustine, FL!
Amy Rausch
32:09
Greetings from Minneapolis
Patricia Cheow
32:10
Good evening from Singapore
Federica Viero
32:20
Hi! Greetings from Sweden :)
Elizabeth Abbot
32:22
Good afternoon from Rome, Italy
Patricia Moraga
32:29
Good morning from California
Sophie Simons
32:30
Hello from sunny Houston, Texas, USA
Stephanie Bibb
33:28
Bonjour from Montréal, Canada !
Virginia Cutchin
34:01
Greetings from chilly Harrisonburg, VA!
Anat Kedem
34:42
Shalom from Israel
Daryl Newton
35:07
Hello from Turkey
Virginia Cutchin
35:59
Is the screen oversized for others, or is it just me?
Stephanie Bibb
38:18
You can press escape to make it smaller
Stephanie Bibb
39:23
Also, you can change the placement of the slides and images of the speaker by clicking “view” (upper right corner)
Syed Zafar
39:49
Virginia, the screen size is up to you
Virginia Cutchin
40:27
Thanks all for the tips :)
Annette van der Feltz
44:47
anybody else not able to see the slides?
Maria Armington
44:48
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Federica Viero
44:50
All apply to some extent.
Patricia Moraga
45:09
E and f
Aelita Brivins
45:16
a e h
Jamie Gelbtuch
45:33
Agree that all to some extent
Maria Armington
45:44
b
Bobbie Stewart Noloboff
45:46
A and H
Syed Zafar
45:50
all of the above - none of the above
Maria Armington
45:51
Yes, all to some degree
Syed Zafar
46:00
It is not that black and white
Elizabeth Abbot
46:22
agree, all to some degree
Jamie Gelbtuch
47:39
Highly recommend the book Marion is referencing on this slide!
Virginia Cutchin
50:22
I love-love-love neuroscience!! I'm assuming that if you're attending this, you do too!
Cookie Fischer
50:59
Totally agree with you Virginia Cutchin!!
Maria Armington
51:37
Yes! Thank you, Olga, for bringing Marion to us!
Maureen Rabotin
53:01
I regret that I have to leave this interesting presentation by Marion and will look forward to the recording. Thank you Olga and Marion
Annette van der Feltz
53:44
@Virginia, Phuongmai Nguyen (Mai Nguyen) is all about intercultural communication and neuroscience. She has written some great articles on this subject. Marion mentioned her at the beginning of her presentation. Mai is an amazing speaker as well. She teaches at the Amsterdam University of Applied Science
Virginia Cutchin
55:07
@Annette, thank you! I missed the very beginning so thanks for mentioning this author!
Kendra Carpenter
55:22
Thank you Annette, she didn't share her name, and I was hoping to get it :)
Maria Armington
56:30
Could you debrief a little more about our impact on others?
Elizabeth Abbot
58:14
“interpersonal neurobiology” look up Daniel Siegel.
Patricia Cheow
58:49
Thank you Elizabeth
Cookie Fischer
58:50
Thank you Elizabeth Abbot
Cookie Fischer
59:10
Who is the other author Linda?
Virginia Cutchin
59:29
I recently earned an ICF-accredited certification as a neurolanguage coach. The coursework is FULL of this amazing stuff! Anyone interested should contact Rachel Paling, Efficient Lanugage Coaching.
Cookie Fischer
01:00:03
I am Virginia!
Virginia Cutchin
01:01:25
@Cookie the coursework adds such depth and richness to intercultural training; and intercultural training adds just as much to my work as a neurolanguage coach!
Cookie Fischer
01:02:38
I completely agree, it is a strong part of my work as well. Thank you for sharing
Cookie Fischer
01:03:44
Claremont Colleges in Claremont California
Sophie Simons
01:07:18
Dopamine?
Annette van der Feltz
01:08:34
dopamine is associated with reward, oxytocin with love
Cookie Fischer
01:08:53
Appreciative Inquiry
Christy Herlick Gibson
01:09:05
Paul Zak did a 30 minute LinkedIn Live with Harvard’s Institute of Coaching on Neuroscience of Connection. Link: https://www.linkedin.com/events/coachxconversations-paulzak6760635329922834433
Maria Armington
01:09:28
I use AI a lot, always with an amazing positive result! I am a mediator and conflict coach.
Patricia Cheow
01:09:42
Thank you Christy
Virginia Cutchin
01:09:57
Thank you Christy!
Annette van der Feltz
01:10:19
maria, would love to know more about AI in coaching.
Maria Armington
01:10:33
MariaM.Armington@gmail.com
Maria Armington
01:11:39
Emotional Intelligence
Kendra Carpenter
01:11:40
Yes, mindfulness practice
Maria Armington
01:12:08
EI & Mindfulness
Cookie Fischer
01:12:19
AI is very powerful and important in our fields relating to Intercultural Coaching and Training, Leadership and Team Development
Cookie Fischer
01:13:56
EID Emotional Intelligence and Diversity Anita Rowe, Lee Gardenschwartz and Jorge Cherbosque
Virginia Cutchin
01:14:51
Thank you Cookie for all of the references!!!!
Cookie Fischer
01:15:58
@Viirginia Anytime
Bobbie Stewart Noloboff
01:17:02
If we stress similarities in forging better connections, how do we provide space for people whose lives who have been defined by difference (racism, etc.) to heal through recognition, acknowledgement, discussion?
Anat Kedem
01:17:22
Interesting to overlay this concept of focusing on similarities and differences and the brain with the Bennet's DMIS
Virginia Cutchin
01:17:38
Also Nancy Adler at McGill University
Kendra Carpenter
01:18:36
I love your question Bobbie, thank you
Maria Armington
01:21:13
In Mediation, the 1st word that needs individual definition is “respect”
Virginia Cutchin
01:21:21
Who's interested in working with me on a project proposing racism as a habit: using knowledge of neuroscience and habit formation as a way to address racism? Contact me Virginia@TransitionSuccess.net or find me on LinkedIn.
Elizabeth Abbot
01:21:27
Dignity as being a fundamental universal value.
Maria Armington
01:21:46
Virginia, I am IN!
Bobbie Stewart Noloboff
01:22:07
Thank you, Kendra, and sure thing. ;)
Virginia Cutchin
01:22:28
Great. Maria! I've got your email address and will contact you!!! Thanks for your interest!!
Virginia Cutchin
01:23:47
I also love David Rock's SCARF model.
Cookie Fischer
01:24:30
DIE has changed to DAI written by John Condon
Maria Armington
01:24:30
Creating a “Safe Space” to promote openness and vulnerability.
Syed Zafar
01:24:31
DIE model
Syed Zafar
01:24:43
Description, Interpretation & Evaluation
Christy Herlick Gibson
01:24:52
To Syed’s point, Richard E. Boyatzis’ (Case Western) book that Marion also referenced, Helping People Change, does talk about activating the PEA (Positive Emotional Attractors) first to open up to positivity and motivation. Then, later, you can shift to NEA (Negative Emotional Attractors), which may be more where the exploration of Cultural Differences could take place.
Syed Zafar
01:25:13
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjfgJOQmrrvAhWxds0KHdrPCJwQFjAKegQIBBAD&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facultyabroad.com%2Fenhance-cross-cultural-learning-study-abroad%2F&usg=AOvVaw3se8KQRLh4ODkKiPJJuTzs
Syed Zafar
01:26:19
SEEDS Model fro David Rock Neuroleadership
Syed Zafar
01:26:26
S - Similarity bias
Syed Zafar
01:26:34
E - Expedience bias
Syed Zafar
01:26:40
E - Experience bias
Syed Zafar
01:26:46
D - Distance Bias
Syed Zafar
01:26:52
S - Safety Bias
Kendra Carpenter
01:27:01
On Bobbie's question, we must acknowledge lived experiences of people who have been racialized, and the ongoing stress from racist, white dominant cultural norms
Elizabeth Abbot
01:27:28
Obama is a third culture kid from his years in Indonesia. Some of his attributes may come from that.
Syed Zafar
01:27:32
on SEEDs model - https://neuroleadership.com/your-brain-at-work/seeds-model-biases-affect-decision-making/
Jamie Gelbtuch
01:28:37
Thank you!
Maria Armington
01:28:39
VERY rich, indeed!
Bobbie Stewart Noloboff
01:28:44
Thank you everyone!
Federica Viero
01:28:47
Thank you :)
Virginia Cutchin
01:28:51
This has been just great, I love the community!! You are all welcome to find me on LinkedIn! Thank you everyone!!!
Cookie Fischer
01:28:52
Thank you Olga! Excellent and thought provoking session!!
Patricia Moraga
01:28:57
Thank you very much Olga and Marion!
Olga Collin
01:29:03
Very fascinating and important! Thanks for sharing!
Annette van der Feltz
01:29:06
@cookie: yes there are Dutch nursing homes in Australia, as immigrants tend to lose their English speaking abilities as they age..... makes you wonder what language TCKs will lose as they age?
Daryl Newton
01:29:10
Thanks.
Aelita Brivins
01:29:13
Thank you! Very interesting!
Monica Salido-Fisher
01:29:13
Thank you, a very clear presentation!
Annette van der Feltz
01:29:16
thankyou... mind blown!
Jon DeVries
01:29:20
thank you!!!
Stephanie Bibb
01:29:21
Thought provoking! Merci !!!
Elizabeth Abbot
01:29:22
Bye to everyone. lovely to be here with you! and thank you to Marion and Olga.
Maria Armington
01:29:41
It was an enriching exchange. Thank you!!
Patricia Cheow
01:29:52
Thank you Marion for your presence and your sharing! Thank you Olga!
Sophie Simons
01:29:55
Thank you so much. Bye til next time.
Christy Herlick Gibson
01:29:58
Thanks!
Jon DeVries
01:30:01
bye. thank you Olga
Katarzyna Grzesik-Harz
01:31:16
Joseph Shaules is working on language, brain & culture
Olga Collin
01:31:31
Thank you for an amazing webinar!
bettina gehrke
01:32:11
For anybody interested in Neurscience and culture have a look at this book Cross-Cultural ManagementWith Insights from Brain ScienceBy Mai Nguyen-Phuong-Mai
bettina gehrke
01:34:59
I am looking forward to see the recording - I just joined now - at least I could be there 5' - thanks a lot
Katarzyna Grzesik-Harz
01:38:29
Thank you these couple of minutes. See you soon :-)