Improve Problem Solving & Brain Neuroplasticity

problem-questions1The pace of change is increasing exponentially. The rate of change in the first 2 decades of the 21st Century is roughly 30x the pace of change as we entered the 20th Century. That is a powerful statement given the fact that the turn of the 20th Century was at the height of the Victorian Era, a period recognized by historians as one of unparalleled change – The Industrial Revolution.

The Digital Revolution, driven through the mass access to personal computing technology, combined with mass access to the internet has created a fertile breeding ground for new business models and political structures that we would have struggled to imagine even 20 – 30 years ago. The solutions to common problems that have served us well for many decades are often proving inadequate in what some are calling the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

These new and uncharted waters in our personal and professional lives make the ability to change our perspective on problem-solving an essential skill. We need to develop the ability to solve problems that we even cannot imagine yet. To do that successfully requires the ability to learn and assess quickly, i.e. increase our brain plasticity and then apply flexible and creative problem-solving approaches using that new knowledge.

The DYP Webinar, Improve Problem-Solving and Brain Plasticity is a foundation level introduction to key techniques in this area.

  • Participants on this course will complete an online questionnaire that assesses their current neural network performance.
  • Each individual will receive a detailed Brain Learning & Work Style Map© to better understand their current learning and problem-solving style.
  • Participants will then receive their personalized link to the Webinar, Improving Brain Neuroplasticity and Problem-Solving, delivered by Dr. Stan Rodski.

The analysis, together with the webinar, equips each individual to start their journey towards improved learning performance and more successful problem-solving outcomes.

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