Tag Archives: Reptilian Brain

Leadership Can Be Learned, Gilmore Crosby’s new book, is out!

The following is excerpted with permission: Introduction Despite all that has been written on the subject, the premise of this book is that leadership is poorly understood because human systems are poorly under- stood. Like the paradigms of old, which … Continue reading

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T-Groups – “…the most significant social invention of the (20th) century.”

T-Groups are a unique learning methodology invented in 1946 by Kurt Lewin, who many consider the founder of organizational development. Carl Rogers, a renowned psychotherapist,┬áreportedly described the T-Group as “…the most significant social invention of the century.” We strongly agree. … Continue reading

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Resistance to Change

┬áI think it’s helpful for leaders to get it that “resistance” is a wired response of the reptilian brain. The reptilian brain is constantly monitoring the environment for danger, and any change in the environment increases risk (from a pure … Continue reading

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Authority – Can’t Live With it, Can’t Live Without It!

Welcome to my blog! Presently I’m pondering a title for my second book (perhaps the title of this post will do). My first book, Fight, Flight, Freeze – Taming Your Reptilian Brain and Other Practical Approaches to Self-Improvement, is a … Continue reading

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