Do You Really Understand How Your Brain Works? Podcast with Dan Siegel

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By Michelle McQuaid: Positive Psychology Teacher | Playful Change Activator | Huffington Post Blogger and Michelle McQuaid. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

In this week’s podcast, we explore how to integrate our brains to care for our wellbeing and enhance our performance at work – especially when we’re feeling uncertain or insecure.

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You’ll Learn:
  • [03:15] - Dan explains why interpersonal neurobiology offers important insights for all of us when it comes to caring for wellbeing in workplaces.
  • [06:20] - Dan offers some tips for helping leaders to understand the potential practical impacts of harnessing interpersonal neurobiology as we work.
  • [08:01] - Dan explains why we need to integrate all the parts of our brains in order to care for our wellbeing and improve our performance at work.
  • [11:45] - Dan provides some practical, easy-to-apply examples to help integrate the different parts of your brain as you work.
  • [16:24] - Dan shares some tips on how we can create better neurological integration in our relationships with others as we work.
  • [19:17] - Dan shares how leaders can help people feel seen, safe, soothed, and secure as we work together.
  • [24:15] - Dan offers some recommendations on the role of leaders as more people experience and share their traumas in workplaces – for example as a result of COVID.
  • [29:13] - Dan completes the Lightning Round.
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Until next time, take care! Thank you, Dan!

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