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Transforming Human Energy into Profit

The British Business Group Vietnam (BBGV) is hosting an inaugural afternoon tea in Hanoi on Thursday, 23 October. The subject area is "Transforming Human Energy into Profit" with guest speaker Dr. Paul Brown, a Professional author and University professor in the UK, who is also an organisational psychologist and senior executive coach. Together with Dr. Paul Brown, Mr. Jason Dacaret - Managing Director of RGF South East Asia - will share his perspective on this topic in the view of an Executive of a leading HR services organisation.

We hope you can join this event as well as encouraging your team to attend to be kept up-to-date with the most recent modern thinking to understand how new discoveries can help achieve innovative ways of getting the best out of people; how leaders at every level in the organisation can create the conditions where people's brain power is not wasted whilst experiencing a truly British Afternoon Tea Culture.

Venue: Hilton Hanoi Opera, 1 Le Thanh Tong Hanoi

Date: Thursday 23 October 2014

Time: 16:00 – 18:00

To register, please contact Nga at or call 098 996 5076

For further information please visit


Paul's Speaking / Lecturing plans to the end of 2014

27th August: Ho Chi Minh City Catholic Family Business Club: "Managing a Family Business through Generational Change"

28th August: World Trade Organisation, Ho Chi Minh City: "Coaching Family Businesses into a World    Market".

05 September: National Institute of Mental Health, Hanoi:  "Brain, Behaviour, Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology"

06th September: Hanoi, Institute of Reproductive and Family Health:"Human Sexuality: problems and      possibilities"

07 September: Institute for Social Development Studies, Hanoi: "Sex and Human Loving: delights and their discontents"

11-12 September:   Association for Coaching, Ireland:  Days 3 + 4 of "Science of the Art of Coaching".

29th September: Singapore, International Coaching Federation: "Introduction to Neurobehavioural     Modelling"

09 October: London, Royal College of Defence Studies: "Neuropsychology of Leadership"

23 October: British Business Group Vietnam / Hanoi: "Transforming Human Energy into Profit"

29-30 October: Budapest, AC International: "Mastering the Brain in Coaching"

13-14 November: Rio de Janeiro, ICF Global and Latin American Conference: "Leadership and the joined-  up brain".

11-12 December: AC Ireland:  Days 5 + 6 of "Science of the Art of Coaching"

13 December: Ashridge / Scientific Advances in Developing Leaders in Today's Complex Environment Conference:  "Transforming human energy into profit - the leader's task from a neuroscientific perspective. A unifying theory of the individual and the organisation".



The Science and The Art of Coaching

Virginia and Paul are delighted to be running a third programme of the Science and the Art of Coaching, in partnership with the Association for Coaching, and due to begin in September 2014.

For more information, please see

Participants on previous programmes have described it as

“a fascinating and stimulating programme for executive coaches, introducing new concepts of how the brain and body works”

“a transformational experience for me as an individual and as a coach”

“fabulous professional and personal journey over the last 9 months”

“it has enabled me to become a more effective coach – while also understanding why”

“excellent programme ……. Would recommend it to all coaches who want to be at their best”


Our book on Amazon

You can now find our book Neuropsychology for Coaches: Understanding the Basics on Amazon - just follow this link.

For an overview of the book, please see the home page of this site.


Our new website is live

Our new site has gone live! We hope you like it. On it you will find information about neuropsychology and coaching, neurobehavioural modelling, our new book and more. 

If you have any questions about our site or our area of research, please don't hesitate to contact us.