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Dr Paul Brown

MASTERCLASS: Reading the past, a springboard into the future

Theme: Practice
Area: Coaching
Type: Workshop
Style: Mainly Experiential

Session on Wednesday, Mar 01, 09:00
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Dr Paul Brown went to live in S E Asia after half a century practising as a clinical and organisational psychologist, and as a coach and supervisor for the past fifteen. For two years he was part of the National Science Council attached to the Prime Minister’s office in Laos and has more recently established himself in Vietnam developing executive coaching, the applied neurosciences, and teaching on the Fulbright MPA programme in Ho Chi Minh City. He has also started a distance learning MSc in Applied Neuroscience in Organisations through the Professional Development Foundation at Middlesex University, and has just completed twenty-five years of annual teaching at the Royal College of Defence Studies in London.

Paul has co-authored four books over the past four years:
- “Neuropsychology for Coaches: understanding the basics”
- “Neuroscience for Leadership: harnessing the brain gain advantages” – which took Gold in the Practical Manager category at the Chartered Institute of Management’s Book awards in 2015
- “The Fear Free Organisation”
- A first novel under the pseudonym Tyndale King called “River Dragon”.

He is currently Faculty Professor, Organisational Neuroscience at Monarch Business School, Switzerland: International Chairman of Vietnam Consulting Group: and President of Global Leaders/Executive Coaching Vietnam.


Clients who come for coaching bring the whole of their past with them. In consequence any coaching session is filled with the presenting past, most of which is not in working consciousness. Finding a way of reading that past and using it as the springboard into the future might have some professional value to coaches. This masterclass takes a developmental model as a means of showing how that might be done.

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