Oct 26, 2022
Public opinion is a valuable asset, and mining it through elaborate measurement methodologies produces information that is vital for high-stakes decision-making. But we have yet to know how much the public may be recoiling, and how much this recoiling affects the data that are collected. In this episode, John...
Oct 5, 2022
In this episode, John discusses how to avoid getting in our own way by understanding some basics about human biology and neurology that will stand in the way of progress if we allow it. For those working with professional coaches, this episode will help you prepare to be more effective in working with your coach.
Sep 21, 2022
This week, as the world says goodbye to Britain's longest-serving monarch, and the longest serving female head-of-state in recorded history, John Collins shares a perspective about "royalty" and what it really means. In the final analysis, this is both the legacy and lesson that Queen Elizabeth II left us to...
Sep 12, 2022
High-Stakes change challenges the psych of individuals and the resolve of teams. John Collins explains how some of us are naturally wired to accommodate change while some of us are not.
USA Today - Diversity in Forensic Science
Aug 17, 2022
John Collins draws on his long and storied career in forensic science to give a brief lesson on firearms. His comments are intended for those who want a basic understanding of firearms to help shape any constitutional or public-policy positions they with to support or promote. If you don't know much about guns but...