Mix the Ages for More Innovative IQ

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Going nowhere with your workforce? Crave change that adds talent for innovation?

Plasticity makes it easier to run from ruts of uniformity or sidestep flawed thinking, by reshaping your brain to consider new realities. You’ve likely noticed how diversity experiences differ for those who value others and capitalize on differences.

Outmoded myths may continue to bar access for some folks who differ, but plasticity rewires your brain for a finer snapshot of what could be. For those who grab hold of a few cool facts about plasticity, rejuvenation follows. Novel approaches to change can pump innovation potential into diversity.

Mix the Ages for More Innovative IQ

Start simply, by engaging age differences in ways that create opportunities for all.  Toss  in diverse backgrounds,  genders and fields, to create access to a wider spread of talents, with opportunities for the entire community.

Expect plasticity to offer brainpower that  welcomes new realities about age by.  Take time to chat with a novice, for instance, and your brain reboots to enjoy benefits that come to those who work across age differences. How so, you may wonder, for people –  say – who still sort folks for sameness in ability?  Or who separate groups for more similarity in age.

It’s really a matter of neurons and dendrites that spark synapses for change. Shifts occur inside your brain, when you mix up routines for a wider reach of possibilities. Remember, a neuron‘s nothing more than a nerve cell, and your brain holds about 100 billion of these little critters. You can march them much more in favor of engaging differences, simply by stepping beyond ruts.

Neurons project extensions called dendrite brain cells – which connect and reconnect daily, based on what you do. Axons, in contrast,  relay information back from the body back to the brain. In a rather complex electrochemical process, neurons communicate with each other in synapses, and that connection creates chemicals called neurotransmitters.

Chemicals release at each synapse, that follows your actions. Brain chemicals shape moods, and can open brains to optimize advances gained by interfacing with different people. Stoke creative solutions with folks who differ today, and watch innovation follow.

Many mysteries still occur in the quadrillion synapses within a human brain, and yet wonderful benefits await people who simply step forward to do what recent research suggests. To hear about awesome advantages of mixed ages isn’t enough, but draw different people  together for a project,  and plasticity kicks in to reshape your perspectives.

Cell processes such as axons and dendrites often regenerate, regardless of age or situation. That’s correct – most of what industrial age traditionalists heard is now debunked by a process called plasticity.

We now know a great deal more about chemical and electrical changes.  Changes in brainpower when the outside world shapes and reshapes its circuitry physically and mentally. Plasticity, or the newly discovered breakthrough concept of brain “rewiring” is seen to alter a person’s bad habits of exclusion, add new approaches that help people to rethink how to value differences. Think of it as creating new neuron pathways to innovation, where your brain creates neuron pathways to bring about that new reality.

See why some companies fail to reap the growth hoped for?  Or why discussion groups get lost in ruts where narrow circles  lock out others? Change comes to the human brain with action.  And passion for further change follows in a step-by-step fashion.  When diverse people develop new ideas together, for instance, they  solve cutting edge problems for an innovation era.

Read about plasticity’s ability to give diversity a chance, by brain specialists who discover its workplace advantage.  Advances that reconfigure  limiting practices. Dr. Eric Kandel., along with, JH Schwartz JH, Jessell TM offers tips for change in Principles of Neural Science. In Dr. Norman Doidge’s new book, The Brain that Changes Itself, check out why new ideas about the brain’s ability to rewire itself – really count – when it comes to altering the way you think, to build a more dynamic success through mining rich gems from those who differ.

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