We are excited to share with you the next interview in our “Beyond the Page” series featuring Dr. Justin “JJ” Kennedy.
Could your understanding of the brain’s ability to change — neuroplasticity — dramatically enhance your skills as a coach? What if you could leverage this fascinating science to facilitate profound changes in your clients’ thinking and behavior? Join us for an enlightening conversation with Dr. Justin “JJ” Kennedy, a TED speaker, neuroplastician, and coach. Founding member of the npnHub and the Neuroplastician Discipline, he is involved with several academic institutes as a Ph.D. coach, supervisor, and professor.
Dr. Justin “JJ” Kennedy expertise lies in behavioral neuroscience, and he is a co-founder of ION – The Institute of Organisational Neuroscience, promoting pracademic research. His focus areas include Applied Neuroplasticity and Coaching, aimed at standardizing practices in the field. He assists coaches and consultants in their journey to attain an ideal Ph.D.
In the latter part of our conversation, we navigate the emerging concept of neuroplastician certification. Defined by leading experts, this rapidly-evolving field promises to open doors of opportunities for professionals in the coaching industry. As we embark on this exploration, Dr. Kennedy unravels the creation of a community around neuroplasticity, and how resources like npnHub offer further insights. Don’t miss this engaging episode as we journey through the intersections of neuroscience and coaching, unlocking the extraordinary potential of the brain in our professional lives.
In this episode, I talk with Dr. Justin Kennedy about their article published in our blog
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