Our self-awareness may come as clues from others.  These may be the "helpful" criticisms of family, friends and colleagues or, more formally, corporate feedback processes.

We also get clues from within – sometimes feeling like a square peg in a round hole in our work roles or relationships.













What planet am I from?


Neuroscience is helping to unlock the secrets of our neurobiology and its potent effect on who we are, how we think and how we behave.


Each of us has a unique pattern of brain activity and use of neuro-chemicals.


Discovering that we are actually hard-wired differently from others, gives us a new lens through which we can view our own strengths and those of others.

Identify your:

     "home planet"

     learning style

     work style

     communication style

     career preferences


Address workplace differences

Improve collaboration

Streamline group communication

Enhance group effectiveness


                    "Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom" Aristotle

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