Mar 12th, 2019
“I am a brain, Watson. The rest of me is a mere appendix.” - Sherlock Holmes
We are rolling quick into the last few weeks that are available to register for the AATH annual conference. You won't want to miss out on this opportunity to learn, laugh, and be around people who get the joke! You can get details about the conference at www.aath.org. It's the 4th through the 7th of April so hurry up and get it done!
Are you ready to get your mind blown? Then prepare....because on this episode I'm talking with the incredible Ann Betz about humor, your brain, and your brain on humor. Is that a duplicate or two different topics? You'll have to listen to find out!
Ann is one of our AMAZING speakers at the conference this year. She doesn't share her keynote in this interview but gives us a teaser about what you can expect from her in solid content.
More on Ann....
Ann Betz, CPCC, PCC, CNTC, is the co-founder of BEabove Leadership and an international speaker and trainer on the intersection of neuroscience, coaching and human transformation. Ann served as the neuroscience consultant to The Coaches Training Institute (CTI) for many years, and provides neuroscience, leadership and coaching consulting to many other corporations and non-profits.
Ann is also the co-developer/leader of BEabove Leadership’s popular training program for advanced coaches: Neuroscience, Consciousness and Transformational Coaching, which has been offered in the U.S, Canada, Mexico, Turkey, China, Norway, and the United Kingdom.
A certified professional coach for over 15 years, Ann is the author of a groundbreaking white paper on brain research and coaching. She contributes to Choice Magazine, Coaching at Work, Coaching World, the ICF and CTI’s blogs, and other coaching and HR publications.
Ann is the lead author of Integration, the power of being Co-Active in work and life, an exploration of consciousness and the future (John Hunt Publishing, 2015), as well as a ground-breaking white paper on the neuroscience of the International Coach Federation coaching competencies. She is also a published poet, using her understanding of the brain and consciousness to bring to life the wonders of the human soul. Ann speaks internationally on neuroscience, leadership and coaching (and occasionally poetry as well), and she excels at making the complexities of the brain come to life with depth, humor and simplicity.
Ann lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with her partner Will Sharon, their angelic border collie Jack, and two very enlightened cats named Paz and Luz.