It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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Ryan Smerek, Ph.D.
How a learning orientation can help you adapt to change.
What generational differences should you understand as you think about learning and development?
What leadership experience and research can teach us about authenticity.
A definition to avoid the extremes of nature vs. nurture.
If you and your colleagues are caught in the Refutation Mode, how can you get out of it?
What happens when two competing ideas are true?
What Allows Individuals to See What Others Don't?
How can we recognize and promote valid learning in organizations?
Are we pre-wired to react against being told what to do?
Why we should engage our intuitive reaction around truth.
Looking for a different way to think about expanding awareness of workplace dynamics?
The next time you seem to be in an intractable conflict, think about where you are in the Jenga Tower (and what this says about belief centrality).
Ryan Smerek, Ph.D., is the Assistant Director of Academic Affairs and Assistant Professor in the MS in Learning and Organizational Change Program at Northwestern University.