In The Brain-Friendly Workplace, Friederike Fabritius highlights the basic fact that we need more thought diversity and that people’s motivations differ very much.
Posted 3 months ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Corporate Culture Disruption Hubel Wiesel Cats Innovation Leadership Transformation
“Many of us are living a very narrow life; we have self-inflicted blinkers on. Widen your view, widen your mind, widen your life.” — Marcus Aurelius
The information we absorb dramatically impacts how we perceive the world.
Posted 3 months ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Business Habit Factor Innovation Leadership Martin Grunburg Power of Story Transformation
Martin Grunburg produces an epic finale and at the same time, introduces an innovative and simplified behaviour change model already impacting the coaching and behaviour change professions. Find Martin here: https://thehabitfactor.com
Posted 4 months ago Tagged
We are joined by Friederike Fabritius, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Brain-Friendly Workplace: Why Talented People Quit and How to Get Them to Stay and of the award-winning book The Leading Brain: Neuroscience Hacks to Work Smarter, Better, Happier.
Posted 5 months ago Tagged Hidden Spring Mark Solms
the pioneer who discovered the brain mechanism for dreaming joins us to explore the importance of play for social species. Mark Solms
Posted 5 months ago Tagged Brain Bytes Business Coffee and the Brain Helena Boschi Innovation Strategy
A new series called Brain Bytes with Dr Helena Boschi, the author of Why We Do What We Do. This week Coffee and the Brain
Posted 5 months ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Business Corporate Culture Disruption Entrepreneurship Innovation Leadership Stealing From The Future: Decaffeinate Your Strategy Strategy Transformation
Stealing From The Future: Decaffeinate Your Strategy. Business Leaders steal from their future the same way coffee robs from our sleep.
Posted 5 months ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Business Corporate Culture Disruption Diversity Innovation Leadership Transformation
“genetics loads the gun but the environment pulls the trigger”. This term highlights the complex relationship between human disease and the environment. In a similar vein, in organisations, an imbalance of androgens loads the gun and the business environment pulls the trigger.
Posted 6 months ago Tagged Brain Disruption Innovation Leadership Matthew Williams Hatelab Professor Matt Williams Science of Hate Transformation
The Science of Hate: How prejudice becomes hate and what we can do to stop it with Professor Matthew Williams of Hatelab.
Posted 7 months ago Tagged Organisations
Organisations, like individuals, need a forest fire every so often, otherwise the deadwood piles up and latent potential remains trapped. When we burn off the deadwood in the form of legacy products, dying business (and mental) models and employee turnover, we create space for new growth and the saplings of change. In today’s business world of rapid change, we need to be in charge of the forest fire and control the burn before it runs amok.