Scoping Review on Brain Mapping Leadership and Talent Engagement


  • Rapeerat Thanyawatpornkul
  • SupalakKhemthong
  • Winai Chatthong



Human resources, Interdisciplinary, Deep learning, Leadership, Mirror neurons morality


Brain mapping performance (BMP) is an innovative assessment designed by psychosocial occupational therapists to create
talent engagement across lifespan. However, work readiness seems to be challenging assessment for anyone who has not
been accepted on why and how to develop their upskilling. This preliminary study aimed to examine the validity and
reliability of the BMP assessment. Six case studies were voluntarily participated as talented leaders of one corporate. Four
associations of soft skills were outcomes, i.e., creativity, flexibility, empathy, and leadership, in the consecutive assessment
of resting and voice-recording.This special formulation displays healthy brain performance, significantly associated in
between empathy and leadership (Sr = 0.880-0.943); creativity and flexibility (Sr = 0.886); eustress engagement and growth
mindset (Sr = 0.943); flexibility and positive thinking (Sr = 0.926). The BMP can individually explain how well of intrinsic
brain capacity for leadership talent. This is a transformative strategy to optimize human-centered performances.

Author Biographies

Rapeerat Thanyawatpornkul

Lecturer, Silpakorn University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Industrial Technology,6 RajamankhaNai Rd., Muang, Nakhon Pathom 73000, Thailand


Asst. Prof. Division of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Physical Therapy, 999, Phuttamonthon 4 Rd., Nakhon Pathom 73170,Mahidol University, Thailand

Winai Chatthong

Lecturer, Faculty of Physical Therapy, Division of Occupational Therapy, Mahidol University, Salaya, Nakhon Pathom 73170 Thailand




How to Cite

Rapeerat Thanyawatpornkul, SupalakKhemthong, & Winai Chatthong. (2022). Scoping Review on Brain Mapping Leadership and Talent Engagement. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 13(4), 199–204.