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How the Neurophysiology of Dignity drives Agility

How the Neurophysiology of Dignity drives Agility - Marsha Shenk

Marsha Shenk

June 10, 2021

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Take a moment for a brief journey past the fragile neural gateways to collective learning.  

Our brains evolved for collective discovery. Agility requires ongoing shared experimenting. Learn how to be a source of collective inquiry: anytime, anywhere. Experience simple ways to open those ancient neural highways.  Take this practice back to your world.

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