join the Linked in group
Brief generalizations on the book he wrote; Training with a beat: The Teaching Power of Music.
ScienceDaily — Armies train by marching in step. Religions around the world incorporate many forms of singing and chanting into their rituals. Citizens sing the National Anthem before sporting events. Why do we participate in these various synchronized activities? A new study, published in the journal Psychological Science, suggests that when people engage in synchronous activity together, they become more likely to cooperate with other group members.
Equinox Performance Ltd
Southwick, West Sussex
Sickening — worst sound in the world announced
Vomiting is officially the most horrible sound ever, according to over a million votes cast worldwide in a mass online science experiment.
ABSTRACT of a PAPER to be published:
|Executive Summary: With the advent of virtual-meeting technology, the issue of how to format group meetings and events has become remarkably complex. Meetings can be completely virtual, completely face-to-face, or a hybrid of the two. Leading companies are using all three formats. The challenge for meeting planners is to decide which format is most effective for important business outcomes.|
To read the complete article, please click on http://blog.commlabindia.com/elearning/inspirational-leader
|This six-hour seminar is for anyone who develops or delivers presentations.|
To read the complete article, please click on http://blog.commlabindia.com/elearning/employee-engagement
|IntroductionThis Compendium of Idea Generation Methods was published by Martin Leith at his website until summer 2003. I requested and received Martin's permission to adapt and keep the Compendium going.|