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Learner Lab Ep 5: The Science of Being Better When You're Nervous with Ceci Clark and Jeremy Jamieson
When the performance matters we're going to feel some pressure, nerves, and stress. Whether it's a big presentation, a test, or even a date - most people think the most effective way to prepare for these situations is to try and calm down. In this episode, we dig into research that shows why this is a poor approach and the look at how we can do better. We learn how Ceci Clark, Mental Performance Coach for the Cleveland Indians, helps major leaguers perform better under pressure. We also bring in Jeremy Jamieson, Director of University of Rochester's Social Stress Lab, to help explain the science behind stress and how changing our perception of it can lead to better performance.
|Mar 19, 2019|
Learner Lab Ep 4: Taking Action
Action is the most important step of the learning process. It can also be one of the most difficult.
|Mar 12, 2019|
Learner Lab Ep 3: Learning Like a Startup with Shaan Puri
The tech world is constantly pushing the limits of innovation, problem solving, and product development. This week we brought in the CEO of Bebo, Shaan Puri, to explain some of these systems and how we can all use them to become more effective learners.
|Mar 05, 2019|
Learner Lab Ep 2: Boosting Learning with Desirable Difficulties with Elizabeth and Robert Bjork
There's a huge gap between what the science says about how we should study, practice, and learn vs how we actually do it. We met with learning experts and UCLA Psychologists Dr. Elizabeth Bjork and Dr. Robert Bjork to figure out how to close that gap.
|Feb 26, 2019|
Learner Lab Ep 1: The Pygmalion Effect with Robert Rosenthal
Our expectations can have a huge impact on the performance and development of our people. Trev and Alex sit down with one of the most influential psychologists in the world, Robert Rosenthal, to learn more.
|Feb 20, 2019|
Learner Lab Trailer
Each week we'll cover a topic that will help us become better learners. We're going to keep it short, sweet, and to the point.
|Feb 10, 2019|