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Puja Kohli

Neuroscience of Learning | Puja Kohli

0 Our brain is an interesting organ. It begins to mature even before we are born. Biologically it acts as the management tool of our human body. It guides our sensory responses, houses our grey matter and centrally controls the functioning of the other organs. The brain is like the...
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The YOU in Engagement | Puja Kohli

0 I had the pleasure of listening to the legendary Dr. Marshall Goldsmith at an NHRD conference in Bangalore recently. He was witty and didn’t mince his words to make his point.  Among many takeaways the one that resonated with me strongly was, ‘Who is Responsible for Engagement’? A decade...
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Why ‘Potential’? | Puja Kohli

1 “Everybody is talented because everybody who is human has something to express.” Brenda Ueland The word “potential’ transcends multiple fields from physics to social sciences. When we consider potential in electrons we discuss in terms of energy. In neuroscience, we refer to action potential as nerve impulses and when we...
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Bangalore – A Migrant’s Perspective

0 Bangalore…a city I migrated to a decade back. With 2 pieces of luggage and a music system, I found myself in a guesthouse sponsored from work. It looked like a growing neighborhood with charming houses and a lot of construction underway. BUT what struck me, literally physically, was that...
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