Andy Clark, Senior Managing Director, on Leadership Development
The Leadership Tales Podcast with Colin Hunter
Today’s guest is an experienced Senior Managing Director with a proven track record of managing large scale BPO Operations, Transformation and Technology projects. Andy Clark has extensive experience of managing Global Operations complex projects together with all aspects of financial performance. He is passionate for talent and leadership development programs and has thrived by building successful teams.In today’s podcast you’ll gain insights into engaging with your teams in a meaningful way, embracing innovation and creating uniform success across multiple operations and cultures.Links mentioned:Andy Clark’s LinkedIn
Small Business Losing Sight of Goals? Andy Clark’s Whole PIE Management System Can Help You Focus
The Boiling Point Podcast
As entrepreneurs, we all know that we don’t always have access to the same resources as large corporations. For example, you might not be able to afford to have a business consultant with 10+ years of experience helping you identify your goals. But that’s precisely the problem Andy Clark set out to solve. Andy joins us to tell us about his Whole PIE Management System, which helps small businesses identify their goals within the areas of Profit, Impact and Enjoyment. Andy’s methodology takes a systemic approach fuelled by a passion for helping small businesses succeed. So if you’re a small business struggling with maintaining business focus, listen in to Andy’s perspective.
Many businesses are looking to go full steam ahead in 2022, and that means implementing new action plans; creating new strategies; simplifying decision-making and more. I pulled in Andy Clark from Clarkie Consulting to walk us through what businesses can do right now to prepare for 2022.
Andy Clark is a British philosopher and a Professor of Cognitive Philosophy at the University of Sussex. He’s written some great books on humans as cyborgs, extended cognition, and most recently Surfing Uncertainty, on predictive processing.We chat about how brains model the world.Job opportunity with Andy: https://www.sussex.ac.uk/about/jobs/research-fellow-xscape-ref-6023 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Clark https://www.roote.co/ https://patreon.com/rhyslindmark https://twitter.com/RhysLindmark
Andy Clark shares his experiences relating to flood recovery with Sarah Jo. Andy sits on the Sanford Youth League Board. He also coordinated HUGE efforts to remove flood debris and residential piles after recovery efforts began.
Lecture | Andy Clark | Computational Psychiatry and the Construction of Human Experience
Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture
An emerging body of work in cognitive philosophy and computational neuroscience depicts human brains as prediction machines – multi-level networks that specialize in using generative models to both match and anticipate the evolving stream of sensory information. However, the relationship between these posited cascades of prediction and conscious human experience itself remains unclear. Recent work in computational psychiatry provides important clues. For example, it is thought that malfunctions in hierarchical inference can explain core patterns of alteration seen in autism and schizophrenia, and can shed new light on so-called ‘psychogenic’ symptoms - functional impairments without standard organic causes. Such accounts reveal the deep continuities between perception and hallucination and may help reveal common processing motifs underlying both typical and atypical forms of human experience.Co-sponsored by The Hightower Fund and Emory Department of PsychologyIntro Music: Small Acts of Devotion feat. Ashkay-Naresh