Relationships built on trust are what catalyze innovation in organizations. When we can get people to believe in us and our ideas, they more readily embrace new things and become receptive to change.
In this episode, I talk to Dr. Eric Haseltine and Dr. Chris Gilbert about human behavior and how relationships play a key role in bringing innovations to market.
Eric Haseltine, PhD, is a widely acclaimed popular science writer for Discover Magazine and Psychologytoday.com. An innovative neuroscientist and futurist, Dr. Haseltine worked at Walt Disney Imagineering as the executive vice president and head of research and development. He also served the US government as Associate Director of National Intelligence. He is the author of Brain Safari (forthcoming, Greenleaf), Long-Fuse, Big Bang (2010), and is co-author of The Listening Cure (2017) with Dr. Chris Gilbert.
Chris Gilbert, MD, PhD is an author, speaker, and a physician with an expertise in the field of Integrative and Holistic Medicine. She has dedicated her life to treating and curing symptoms and illnesses that other physicians haven’t been able to address. She is known for her exceptional success in treating chronic fatigue syndrome, anxiety, depression, recurrent infections, lower back pain, sexual problems, unexplained abdominal pain, and arthritis. She is a columnist on Psychology Today.