On being present, not perfect | Elaine Meyer | TEDxLongwood
Published on Jul 7, 2014
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Elaine is on a mission to change the world…one conversation at a time. In her intimate talk, Dr. Meyer draws on both professional and personal experience to illustrate the profound gaps in healthcare communication and how to close them.
Dr. Elaine C. Meyer is the co-founder and director of the Institute for Professionalism and Ethical Practice (www.ipepweb.org) at Boston Children’s Hospital and an Associate Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. The first of its kind, IPEP has trained thousands of health care practitioners across the Harvard teaching hospitals and the globe in the relational and communication competencies essential to conducting challenging conversations.
Being Present in Relationship with Others | Nancy Lowery | TEDxYYC
Published on Sep 12, 2016
Allowing ourselves to be open to change means we have to be willing to let go of what if, and invest ourselves in what is. Drawing on decades of teaching leadership through horsemanship, Nancy Lowery shows us that when we take the time to listen and be truly present in our relationships, we develop deeper and richer connections with others.
Nancy Lowery helps individuals and organizations define their leadership power through horsemanship activities – one relationship at a time. In 2004, Nancy launched an alternative to classroom leadership learning through horsemanship with The Natural Leader – experiential programs which explore leadership, team dynamics, feedback and communication through purposeful activities with horses.
From a young age, Nancy always knew she wanted to work with horses – and has pursued endeavours in education and the arts through blogging, sketching and compiling a series of workbooks on learning with horses.
Daniel Siegel - Interpersonal Connection
Published on Sep 11, 2014
Daniel Siegel, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCLA, speaks on “Interpersonal Connection, Self-Awareness and Well-Being: The Art and Science of Integration in the Promotion of Health”