Dr. Brown

Dr. Paul Brown holds the position of Professor of Organizational Neuroscience at Monarch Business School Switzerland. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Leicester, a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology from the University of London and an Honors BA in Psychology from the University of Durham. Professionally, Dr. Brown is a practicing independent consulting psychologist in the United States, Europe and Asia. He is Honorary Chairman of the Vietnam Consulting Group, Ho Chi Minh City: President of Global Leaders in Hanoi, Vietnam and an Expert Adviser for the International Energy Research Group at the Tyndall Institute of the University of Cork, Ireland. Dr. Brown is a Fellow of the The Royal Society of Medicine, UK  and the Royal Society of Arts, UK.

Academic Positions Held
  • Professor of Organizational Neuroscience, Monarch Business School, Switzerland
Academic Credentials
  • Ph.D., University of Leicester, UK
  • PostGrad Diploma Psychology, University of London, UK
  • Honors BA Psychology, University of Durham, UK
Academic Positions Held In The Past
  • Visiting Professor Organizational Neuroscience, London South Bank University, UK
  • Visiting Professor Individual & Organizational Psychology, Nottingham Law School, UK
  • Senior Lecturer in Organizational Psychology, Guy’s Hospital, Kings College, London, UK
Main Academic Interests
  • Organizational Behavior / Psychology
  • Individual Psychology
  • Executive Coaching
  • Applied Neuroscience
Professional Positions Held
  • Global Ambassador, Neuroscience in Coaching, Association for Coaching
  • Senior Adviser, Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation, Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Advisory Board, NeuroLeadership Institute, USA
  • Advisory Board to Director, Freer Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC
  • Director and then Chairman (2008-9) Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision (APECS)
Associations And Memberships
  • Fellow, The Royal Society of Medicine, UK
  • Fellow, The Royal Societ of Arts, UK
  • Fellow, Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision
  • The Fear Free Organisation, with Joan Kingsley & Sue Paterson. In contract to Kogan Page (in progress)
  • Neuroscience for Leadership: harnessing the brain gain advantages . with Swart, Tara & Chisholm, Kitty. IEDP/Palgrave Macmillan, January 2015 publication.
  • Neurobehavioural modeling (NBM) as a way of integrating applied neuroscience into a coaching practice. Chapter in John Passmore (ed) (2014) Mastery in Coaching Associaton for Coaching / Kogan Page series; with Denyse Busby-Earle.
  • The Water Dragon: a novel. (2013) with Suzy King Patterson under the pseudonym Tyndale King.
  • Neuropsychology for Coaches: understanding the basics. (2012): McGraw-Hill / Open University (with Virginia Brown)
  • Managing Meetings. (1990) Fontana Paperbacks / Institute of Directors, London. (with Fiona Hackett).
Papers In Journals
  •  Pay Attention to Change: leadership lessons from the neurosciences. Developing Leaders, Issue 14, 2014, pp.22-27
  • Understanding Emotions: the basis for leadership in the 21st century. Developing Leaders, Issue 12, Summer 2013, pp.12-18. Paul Brown, Kitty Chisholm and Tara Swart.
  • Neurochemistry and the evolution of organizational culture. Developing Leaders, Issue 11 Spring 2013, pp.11-16. Paul Brown & Tara Swart.
  • A Fearful Burden: fear and trust in coaching and especially in complex project management settings – Part I. Paul Brown & Brenda Hales. Coaching at Work, April 2013, Vol.8 Issue 3, pp.40-44. http://www.calameo.com/read/000904054c4f8c4676227?authid=trSCNrvLS8PjNeuroscience – Is There Serious Money to be Made from Knowing More About the Brian? In Executive Coaching Insights, publication of The Oxford Group, September 2013.
  • Is there a future for occupational psychology without minding about the brain? The non- Significant Journal of Business and Consumer Psychology – Vol. 1.2 – Autumn 2012, 42 – 64
  • The Neuroscience of Trust. Developing Leaders. Issue 8: October 2012 pp. 46-50 (with Susanne Jacobs).
  • The Success Virus. Developing Leaders. Issue 7: June 2012, 9-13
  • Neuro-Science for Neuro-Leadership. Developing Leaders. Issue 6:April 2012, 28-38.
  • Neuroscience: New Science for New Leadership. Developing Leaders, Issue 5: January 2012, 36-42
  • Neuro-Science for Neuro-Leadership: feelings not thinking rule decision-making. Paul Brown and Brenda Hales. Developing Leaders, Issue 6, 2012, pp. 28-37
  • The Neuroscience of Trust. Susanne Jacobs & Paul Brown. Developing Leaders, Issue 8 2012, pp. 46-50
  • Neuroscience: new science for new leadership. Paul Brown and Brenda Hales. Developing Leaders, Issue 5 2011, pp. 36-41
  • Synergy in Buildings: towards developing an understanding of the human interface. Proceedings of the British Solar Society, June 2010 pp. 149-154.
  • Split Personalities and Primary Emotions. Project, 2010, Issue 230, 8-9.(with Hales).
  • Emotional intelligence and the amygdala: towards the development of the concept of the limbic leader in executive coaching. NeuroLeadership Journal, 2009,2,67-77 (with Swart and Meyler).
  • Evolving China. in China Review, 2008, 44, 8-10.