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Trivia, Tips, Troubles and Tales of why some leaders thrive whilst others struggle. Learning how your brain works enables you to quickly adapt your thinking and behaviour to be a better leader, to successfully influence others more easily and to UnLock your own Talent, UnStuck your Potential to UnLeash Performance. John is a Behavioural Neuroscience Expert, an inspirational coach and trainer leveraging behavioural neuroscience to empower business leaders and improve the bottom line.
 
Thoughts on Record is the podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (OICBT) located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Each week we explore topics relevant to clinicians and mental health consumers from a cognitive behavioural perspective; however, if you’re generally interested in psychology, psychotherapy, evolutionary psychology, mental health, the brain, dynamics of human behaviour, creativity, wellness & performance then this podcast will certainly be of interest to you. ...
 
Warwick Business School's Core Insights team presents a 12-part series on behavioural science. Warwick Business School has the biggest group of behavioural science researchers in Europe. Over 12 episodes host Trevor Barnes interviews academics on the latest research and thinking into how our mind works, how we make decisions, the biases and heuristics that govern our behaviour and how we can apply behavioural science insights to help improve business, government, health and society.
 
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Ongoing engagement in values-driven activities through personal projects reflects among the most powerful ways to foster a sense of meaning, achievement and confidence as well as ward off low motivation, lethargy and low mood. Graeme Jenvey, owner of the YouTube channel Woodness Goodness which chronicles the technical and psychological journey arou…
 
Most people, most of the time, allow life to happen to them. “Life is difficult” begins M. Scott Peck in the ‘70s classic “The Road Less Travelled”. What remains most surprising, is that, for many people, this is a revelation! If you are alive, and get out of bed today, there will be a challenge for you to face. Something will happen that you will …
 
Tolerating uncertainty, unpredictability and other forms of psychological discomfort is frequently a requirement for being able to pursue longer-term, values driven goals and activities - especially in the context of challenges related to mental health. Freelance science journalist & author of the Los Angeles Times bestseller and one of NPR's Best …
 
Treatment resistance/non-response in psychotherapy is a major contributor of disability and loss of functioning among clients as well as a considerable source of burnout in mental health clinicians. Renowned psychiatrist and psychotherapist Dr. Allan Abbass joins us for a discussion of treatment resistance/non-response in psychotherapy which includ…
 
Dreams have long been a source of fascination, mystery & intrigue, yet there is now an abundance of scientific evidence to shed light on the origins, nature, and purpose of this captivating aspect of the human experience. Leading sleep & dream scientists Drs. Antonio Zadra & Robert Stickgold join host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for an in-depth conside…
 
It is no secret that working within the mental health care system while rewarding, can at times present significant challenges with respect to the provision of optimum client care as well as the well-being of mental health clinicians themselves. In this wide-ranging discussion, Dr. Connie Dalton, C.Psych, Co-Founder & Executive Director of the Otta…
 
The emergence and research of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy has yielded a number of insights with respect to potential mechanisms of change in psychotherapy. The experience of "love" (including perceiving the love of others, self-love or even being love) has been identified as a particularly powerful element in some forms of psychedelic assist…
 
I’m going to explain how performance is unleashed using the AdvantEdge Potential to Performance System model. Performance happens when three things are aligned at the same moment: Your Potential, Your Drive and a Trigger. The Model You can visualise this model has two dimensions. The Vertical axis is your level of Drive to perform an action, and it…
 
"Success" is something that many strive for, but a deeper consideration of success yields a number of interesting conundrums and considerations around what success actually means and how one might actually go about achieving it. Best selling author, management consultant and entrepreneur Mr. Richard Koch sits down with host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych …
 
The “classical” model of emotions which emphasizes the innate, universal (and even primitive) nature of emotions has been the basis for psychoeducation provided by clinicians to clients about the nature of their emotional experiences. However, there is a very large body of evidence to suggest that emotions are, in fact, constructed concepts that ar…
 
Benefits of AI in Talent Acquisition A recruitment partner based in Shanghai told me that they now typically receive 260 (new) applications for an open position in a large company. The hospitality sector garners more than others: in Manchester, UK almost 1,000 applied for a receptionist job in a single day in July 2020! You can understand why there…
 
There has recently been a tremendous increase in awareness and acknowledgment of the systemic oppression and challenges faced by racialized populations not only generally, but in the context of mental health. Clinical psychologists Drs. Mandisa Peterson & Jude Mary Cénat join host Dr. Pete Kelly for a very important discussion around: the prevalenc…
 
Eating disorders are among the most serious of mental health challenges, and yet are mired in stereotypes, stigma and misunderstanding. Clinical Psychologist Dr. Meagan Gallagher joins us for an in-depth discussion of eating disorders which covers: How Dr. Gallagher became interested in treating eating disorders from a personal and professional per…
 
What is Talent Really, Anyway? #UnLock Your Talent Everyone wants talent, but what is it? Talent: Individuals seek to develop it. Companies want to identify and retain it. Succession planners search for it. Politicians plan for it. The world wants it. There’s even a war for it. But what is it exactly? The word “talent” is bandied around for so many…
 
Helping clients to develop their own solutions to challenging problems as well as work through a variety of perspectives when considering an important decision are among the most important functions of therapy. Building on their Applying the 80-20 Rule to CBT episode of Thoughts on Record, OICBT clinicians Drs. Jeff Perron, C.Psych & Pete Kelly, C.…
 
Psychotherapy can be a powerful & transformative experience for the clinician and client alike. In this episode psychotherapist and author Nicole Arzt, M.S., L.M.F.T. discusses her new book Sometimes Therapy is Awkward: A Collection of Life Changing Insights for the Modern Clinician. In this wide-ranging conversation a number of topics central to t…
 
Maligned and misunderstood, addiction can present among the greatest clinical challenge to mental health professionals. In addition, the stigma and shame associated with addiction is a frequent and strong barrier to clients seeking services. Teaching professor, Chair of the Department of Neuroscience of Carleton University and host of the podcast M…
 
It’s What Success Looks Like Purpose The world is filled with fear and trepidation about the future. Staff are concerned for their jobs and what the future holds for them. World leaders have proven themselves to be uninspirational through being indecisive, divisive and destructive. So staff are looking for a leader who will inspire them and lead th…
 
Forgiveness has been defined in many ways by many traditions. However, a powerful and clinically relevant way of defining forgiveness is as a suite of skills that can be learned to promote a sense of self-efficacy, emotional effectiveness, physical and emotional well-being & resolution of grieving in the aftermath of betrayal, wrongdoings and even …
 
Despite its many benefits, psychotherapy can understandably be an intimidating and scary proposition for many. In this special "fireside chat" edition of Thoughts on Record, host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych walks you through: common reasons why people don’t, won't (or can’t) engage in therapy and some food for thought around how to think through these …
 
Evolutionary biologist Bret Weinstein, Ph.D. joins host Pete Kelly, Ph.D., C.Psych for a wide-ranging discussion around how the understanding of ourselves from an evolutionary lens might help us to build the awareness needed at both the level of the individual as well as the collective, to identify, manage (and even solve) our most emergent and pre…
 
In the final episode of our first Behavioural Science series, Core Insights host Trevor Barnes talks to Ivo Vlaev, Professor of Behavioural Science, about his work in the health sector. Professor Vlaev has put together a series of randomised controlled trials testing various nudges on patients. The nudges have helped people adopt healthier diets, c…
 
Trust is a fickle thing. It's been likened to a bankroll in your pocket. Each time you earn someone's trust your bankroll gets a little larger. You keep on demonstrating your trustworthiness to people and your bankroll slowly but steadily grows. When I do this in a live example in workshops, I give the volunteer the money, and they give it back to …
 
Purpose: Trust has flat-lined in recent months, thanks largely to the lack of physical interaction. Plus the small detail that this pandemic has massively damaged the global economy threatening jobs and business survival. And without trust, there's no chance of collaboration (in spite of all the wonderful tools to support it) even though we need to…
 
Core Insights host Trevor Barnes talks to Graham Loomes, Professor of Behavioural Science, about his research on the trade-offs involved in implementing costly health polices like those used during the pandemic. How does a Government decide how far to go with restrictions that will have a severe impact on the economy but stop many people from being…
 
Eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa can reflect among the most severe and debilitating forms of mental illness. In fact, anorexia nervosa has the highest mortality rate of any form of mental illness and unfortunately for a subset of clients, all current "gold standard" treatments can prove ineffective. Dr. Blake Woodside, MD, a pioneer in the…
 
Chanuki Seresinhe has been training AI to recognise beautiful scenery and now believes it can be used to help design towns and cities that can improve our mental wellbeing. Dr Seresinhe tells Core Insights host Trevor Barnes how she has used AI to quantify beauty and make the link between beautiful scenery and our mental wellbeing. And she found be…
 
Unraveling the mystery of consciousness, including experiences nested within consciousness such as emotions reflects the leading edge of inquiry in a variety of fields including neuroscience, psychology and philosophy. Preeminent neuroscientist, author & musician Joseph LeDoux, PhD., a pioneer in the field of brain mechanisms of memory and emotion …
 
Core Insights host Trevor Barnes talks to Nick Lee, Professor of Marketing, whose research using neuroscience and chaos theory has found a way of predicting our decisions before we have even made them. Professor Lee reveals how brain scans can determine the state of our mind and so work out what we will decide. He reveals the implications and futur…
 
Many psychotherapists have a number of clients who are taking psychotropic medications to address symptoms of mental illness; however, focused and in-depth didactic training in psychopharmacology as well as how to conceptualize the use of pharmacological strategies in the context of psychotherapy is not a core component of many graduate psychothera…
 
Nick Powdthavee reveals the results of his nationwide research into the effect of Brexit on the population's mental wellbeing. The vote split the nation and for those who voted remain Professor Powdthavee has found evidence that the distress and anguish was still affecting them a year later. Core Insights host Trevor Barnes goes through the researc…
 
Although emotions comprise among the most profound and meaningful of human experiences, they can likewise evoke intense discomfort, avoidance or even phobic reactions. Effectively matching one's emotional reaction to the demands of the environment is a central task of every individual - a task which is increasingly difficult in an emotionally avoid…
 
It's What Great Leader Do!Have you noticed that all the famous, admired leaders write an autobiography or a book about leadership?Amazing how they seem to recall those hundreds of stories in so much specific detail. Or perhaps it's not amazing, but a simple case of keeping a journal.What is interesting is that leaders who keep a journal are vastly …
 
Tobias Preis and Suzy Moat direct the Data Science Lab, which examines how data science can offer insights into human behaviour and decision making. They are also Fellows at The Alan Turing Institute. Here, the pair talk to Core Insights host Trevor Barnes about how they have used millions of online photos to produce real-time indicators of global …
 
Many mental health clinicians and consumers operate under the assumption that mental illness results from chemical imbalances in the brain. However, a close examination of the evidence strongly suggests that this is not the case. In fact, there is some suggestion that psychotropic medications such as antipsychotics and antidepressants used to treat…
 
Self-driving cars have been promised as the future for the last decade with various manufacturers experimenting with their own designs alongside tech giants Google, Uber and Apple. Nick Chater, Professor of Behavioural Science, has been trying to model the trickiest task for autonomous vehicles of navigating the cluttered and narrow roads of the UK…
 
You're Biased!Now, before you go off in a huff and rant against my assertion do, please, let me explain. Everyone has biases. Actually, you have to or else your brain would drain all of your energy. H2H Interface - Pride and PrejudicePurpose To highlight the top 10 cognitive biases, shortcuts and heuristics seen active in Leaders so that you are aw…
 
Despite widespread acknowledgment that self-care is an essential component of sustainable practice for mental health professionals, it is an area where many clinicians struggle to implement consistent healthy habits or necessary behavioural change. In 2019, Drs. Karen G. Dyck, C.Psych and Melissa Tiessen, C.Psych became the co-founders of the websi…
 
While Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common experience, it is not a challenge that many individuals - quite understandably - like to talk about or admit to struggling with. Unfortunately, many sufferers simply “learn to live with it”, but at the expense of flexibility and enjoyment in their lives around travel, commuting, sports, outdoor activ…
 
Chengwei Liu, Associate Professor of Strategy and Behavioral Science, talks about his research into luck with Core Insights host Trevor Barnes. Dr Liu reveals the situations and reasons why we have a bias towards luck, underestimating our good luck and overestimating bad luck. This bias can be exploited by firms alive to the opportunities that luck…
 
Andrea Isoni, Professor of Behavioural Science, joins Core Insights host Trevor Barnes to discuss the conundrum of pay rises. Professor Isoni has used game theory to examine how pay rises are actually reciprocated by employees. For many bosses giving workers a pay rise is seen as an act of kindness that they expect to be reciprocated by more effort…
 
Despite Canadian group insurance plans managing upwards of 35 billion dollars a year, mental health clinicians frequently experience significant frustration with respect to accessing the funds required to effectively treat their clients - especially those with more severe presentations. Co-founder of Cubic Health Inc., Mr. Mike Sullivan RPh, BSP, M…
 
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Sports psychology is strongly recognized as an indispensable tool to help athletes achieve maximum performance in high-stakes situations. However, in addition to facilitating sport-based outcomes, psychotherapy can also help athletes manage the demands and rigours of sport from a mental health perspective. Former Olympic coach (Canadian Women's Cur…
 
Trevor Barnes, host of Core Insights, interviews Neil Stewart, Professor of Behavioural Science, about a nudge - or sludge - that he discovered on his credit card statement. Anchoring is a well-established nudge with plenty of research confirming its existence. Here, Professor Stewart explains how it is affecting our credit card bill thanks to the …
 
Core Insights host Trevor Barnes talks to Daniel Read, Professor of Behavioural Science, about his research into intertemporal choices, which looks at why, even though we are on a diet, we choose to eat a cream bun now, rather than wait for our lunchtime salad. Or why in repeated experiments people would prefer £10 now rather than £15 in two weeks.…
 
While it is common to hear that we are in the midst of a mental health crisis, a closer examination of the available data strongly suggests that so-called diagnostic inflation may actually be a key contributor to the apparent increase in mental illness. Dr. Allen Frances, MD, author of Saving Normal: An Insider's Revolt Against Out-of-Control Psych…
 
While frequently unpleasant in the short-term, adversity often contains our best opportunities for personal growth. Newfoundland adventurer, videographer, teacher and author Justin Barbour shares the perspectives he has gained from a number of month to nearly three-month solo expeditions by canoe, kayak, and/or on foot in the rugged wilderness of N…
 
Borrowing heavily from Eastern psychology, Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) is currently among the most popular CBT approaches to a variety of human challenges. Dr. Robyn Walser, Ph.D., a prominent Clinical Psychologist who has published extensively around ACT in a variety of clinical contexts joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, PhD. for a discussion o…
 
Long ago in a small, far away village, there was place known as the House of 1000 Mirrors. A small, happy little dog learned of this place and decided to visit. When he arrived, he bounced happily up the stairs to the doorway of the house. He looked through the doorway with his ears lifted high and his tail wagging as fast as it could. To his great…
 
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