OSWW 10/18 Breakfast Meeting [Management Consultant’s Brain: A User’s Guide]
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“Management Consultant’s Brain: A User’s Guide” The most powerful tool available for management consultants is a healthy brain. In order to optimize that tool, you need to understand how that tool works, why it sometimes falters, and what you can do to not only maintain but improve its performance, especially when it is under the pressures of today’s business pace.

10/18/2011
When: 3rd Tuesday Monthly
7:00am - 9:00am
Where: Mutnomah Athletic Club
1849 Southwest Salmon Stree
Portland, Oregon  97205
Contact: Bruce Hazen


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Management Consultant’s Brain: A User’s GuideRoger Anunson

mindRamp, Roger Anunson

The most powerful tool available for management consultants is a healthy brain.  In order to optimize that tool, you need to understand how that tool works, why it sometimes falters, and what you can do to not only maintain but improve its performance, especially when it is under the pressures of today’s business pace.  

Memory loss is Americans' second greatest health fear -- second only to cancer.  At the very top of any list of the hottest areas of research this century is "Brain Science” that has been referred to as "the most exciting frontier of knowledge since the Renaissance.”  An explosion of important and positive findings about the aging brain has lead to the shattering myths of how the brain functions.  

Our presenter and his colleagues monitor current advances in brain research findings that are relevant to the health and function of aging brains and translate this information into clear language delivered with a method that "makes the knowledge stick.”  In sum, it is never too soon (or too late) to know what’s new in your brain’s "User’s Guide.”   

More about our presenter: Roger Anunsen is a founding principal in mindRAMP & Associates, teaches in the Gerontology Dept. at PCC, and hosts the pilot cable TV series "This is Your Brain on . . .”  He was appointed a voting delegate to the 2005 White House Conference on Aging, designed brain wellness programs as a consultant for AARP, was a four-time presenter at the McGinty Alzheimer’s Conference and his brain health educational methods were presented at OxfordUniversity and the Smithsonian Institution.