Do you always feel like there’s a lot going on in your brain? Are you having a hard time when it comes to problem-solving and decisions making?
How do you leverage your brain at work?
Our brain is always functioning and performing behind the scenes…that’s why it demands so much from your body.
We need to differentiate the decisions, changes, and choices that are important from those that aren’t. Recognize that not every activity you engage in requires the same level of brainpower.
Schedule your day from a ‘brain energy management’ perspective and not just an ‘importance’ perspective.
It is also very important to give yourself a little quiet time to mentally adjust and process before making big decisions. Let your mind connect the problems that are still unsolved and your brain will solve them behind the scene. You just need to turn off distractions to listen to some of those answers.
A bit about Peter:
Peter K. Stewart, Ph.D., is an experienced business psychologist specializing in leadership consulting, coaching, and training. As a member of the Senior Leadership Team of Stewart Leadership, Peter assists in strategic planning, firm development, management, and operational delivery. He continues to have ongoing oversight of the Stewart Leadership family of assessments, including the LEAD NOW! Self Assessment and LEAD NOW! 360° Assessment. In addition to individual leadership coaching, consulting, and delivery of training for clients, Peter also supervises assessment integration and certification for coaches within the programs for Stewart Leadership.
Over the last 15 years, with his unique blend of insightful psychological and business perspectives, Peter has helped hundreds of individuals in diverse settings and professional positions achieve success in their personal growth and leadership development. Clients have frequently commented on the ease and speed with which Peter is able to thoroughly grasp the individual and organizational challenges that people are facing. He helps them conceptualize and understand their role in complex organizational systems through clear, practical, and common-sense direction with a clear plan for action.
Peter’s formal training in personal development began with his undergraduate studies in psychology and business at Brigham Young University. He completed his graduate studies at the University of Kansas and Ohio State University by earning both a masters and doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology with emphasis in organizational systems, change, and human behavior. He also has expertise in the development, administration, and utilization of assessments, founded in relevant statistical analysis and research methodologies.
In addition to being a co-owner of a group practice for several years, Peter is an active researcher, trainer, author, and speaker. As an adjunct professor, he has taught assessment administration and interpretation in the graduate school at Washington State University. He has published many articles and studies in Forbes and peer-reviewed journals, including Clinical Psychology: Science & Practice and The Journal of Clinical Psychology, presented at national conferences and participated in the development, standardization, and psychometric analysis of multiple assessment instruments.
Peter’s unique background combined with a pragmatic, skills-focused application makes him ideal to partner with organizations and individuals to bring sustained improvement through talent management and leadership development strategies.
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