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Meaning of InnerGram


Inner pertains to the mind and gram comes from the Greek word gramma which means something written or drawn, akin to carved.

The distinctive ability of a human brain is its ability to create connections, see patterns, and build maps. This process is essential for sophisticated management of life and relies on the activity of the neurons in the brain. 

We experience this process of connectivity as images in our mind and we make meaning of life by applying reasoning to these images. Images continue to get formed even when we are not conscious of them and these images influence our thinking and our actions. It was this phenomenon that inspired the name InnerGram. 


We are a team with diverse mindsets and backgrounds but with one thing in common - our passion

for understanding the human mind and the drivers of behaviour and using that knowledge to create the

next phase in the development of people and organisations.




Who we are: CV


Dr. Paul Brown is Faculty Professor, Organizational Neuroscience, Monarch Business School Switzerland; External Advisor, International Energy & Research Centre, the Tyndall National Institute, University of Cork and International Chairman of the Vietnam Consulting Group, Ho Chi Minh city. He teaches as a guest lecturer at the Fulbright Economics Teaching Program in HCMC; and has taught annually at the UK’s Royal College of Defence Studies for twenty-five years.


A Clinical and Organizational Psychologist and Executive Coach and Supervisor, Paul’s main focusis in creating a General Theory of the Individual and the Organization based upon mapping how energy flows or gets blocked in the pursuit of profit or other outcomes within the organizational system. He has co-authored several books including The Fear-Free Organization (2015) Kogan Page, Neuroscience for Leadership: harnessing the brain gain advantage (2015) Palgrave Macmillan and Neuropsychology for Coaches: understanding the basics (2012) McGraw-Hill/Open University Press; and T He writes a monthly column called Brain Gain for the IEDP management magazine Developing Leaders.

Paul lives in Vietnam and consults and teaches in S E Asia, Europe and America. He has created and teaches a world-first distance-learning Masters program in Applied Neuroscience in Organisations.


From a senior large-Company HR Background, Vineeta founded InnerGram to create added value from the new knowledge about the human mind and brain at work and in organisations of all kinds. 

During her corporate career, Vineeta has worked with the Godrej Group, Standard Chartered Bank, Cipla and DSM where she led diverse strategic HR roles. She has worked across the globe on a wide variety of assignments spanning Culture & Change, Leadership Development, Inclusion & Diversity and Talent Management.

Vineeta is an alumnus of the Lady Shri Ram College and Symbiosis Institute of Business Management. She holds a Diploma in Coaching from the University of Cambridge, UK.

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