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Developing Learning Habits: Seven Steps to Successful Change (MAXIMISING BRAIN POTENTIAL series #2)

Developing Learning Habits: Seven Steps to Successful Change (MAXIMISING BRAIN POTENTIAL series #2)
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ISBNs:  9781781194591 (PB) / 3433 (ePub) / 3457 (PDF)
Year Published:  2021
Author:  Dr. Celine Mullins
Paperback:  15.00
ePub ebook:  10.90
PDF ebook:  10.90

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This is the second in the MAXIMISING BRAIN POTENTIAL series. The MAXIMISING BRAIN POTENTIAL series is based on the most up-to-date scientific research of how our brain potential can be maximised for habit change, learning, productivity and health. 

As a psychologist and coach working in organisations worldwide and with individuals, groups and teams, Dr. Celine Mullins – founder of Adaptas – noticed over the past 10 years that very few new discoveries from neuroscience are being integrated into education, learning and development or soft skills programmes. Scientists have made many exciting and ground-breaking discoveries on how the brain learns and changes throughout adulthood. However, much of this recent research from neuroscience, physiology, psychology and more is not being implemented into how we learn as adults. This ebook seeks to change that.

This ebook will:

  • Help you to use your brain and body more effectively when learning new skills by offering simple and practical tips.
  • Support you in breaking old habits and creating new ones
  • Give you great insights into organisational learning and development-related topics that you can easily put into context. 
  • Offer you really useful, practical recommendations based on our experience at Adaptas.

​​Guest author, Dr. Richard Roche, on memory.

With a Foreword by Leadership & Learning Consultant, Nigel Paine.