071: Brein Power with Rein Henrichs

March 14th, 2018 · 55 mins 11 secs

About this Episode

02:41 – Rein’s Superpower: Perceiving and Being Aware of Connections Between Things and People

03:49 – Power Dynamics in Companies

05:41 – Inherent Value and Self-Esteem; Recovering From Failure

Virginia Satir: Communication and Congruence

11:35 – Modeling Behavior and Controlling Outcomes as a Person in a Position of Power

The Virginia Satir Model of Family Therapy

17:58 – Hierarchical Organization vs Growth-Oriented Organization


The Toyota System

24:33 – The Problem with Labeling Teams as “Family”

32:04 – Making Choices That Are Right for Yourself; Experimentation



39:01 – Haskell and Strategies for Learning and Reading Papers

44:51 – Being Present and Truly Seeing Others; Being OK with Not Being OK

The Satir Interaction Model

What Do You Do With the Mad You Feel? Mr. Rogers

48:20 – Intentions Matter

50:31 – Advice for Perceiving and Being Aware of Connections Between Things and People

Cognitive Dissonance

“You only are free when you realize you belong no place — you belong every place — no place at all.” ~ Maya Angelou

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