An interesting topic raised in yesterday’s free webinar (Navigating Challenging Times) was the “surge Capacity” that we, as humans, can tap into to cope with high-stress situations. But, as Dr Ann Masten points out, many aspects of resilience are limited but renewable.
During the recent webinar, Dr Jenny Brockis, Best-Selling Author, conducted a quick workshop to assess the participant's state during this season of pandemic and shared insights on how to stay happy, continue thriving and connecting despite everything.
In this webinar, NeuroCapability CEO, Linda Ray shared the cognitive factors influencing decision making and the reasons why we make "not-so-great" decisions. Linda also shared strategies for brain-friendly decision making that's useful as our brains continually confront hundreds of different choices.
In this webinar, NeuroCapability CEO Linda Ray talks with Bronny Coombes about whether change management is the right term for our 21st century of work? Many organisations tackle change from the outside, often as something to be fixed, and generally from a process or system view.
In this NeuroCapability webinar, Strategy Change Consultant Bronny Coombes asks if change management is the right term for our 21st century of work? Many organisations tackle change from the outside, often as something to be fixed, and generally from a process or system view.
In this NeuroCapability webinar, Linda Ray discusses how to ask brain-friendly questions. She advises we build up a "question bank", compiling questions that we know will hit the mark, based on research, so we can avoid resorting to some of the traditional questions that trigger a threat response.
2020, is devastating yet historic!
For some, the world has fallen apart and for some is falling into place.
Regardless, this year has provided an unparalleled opportunity of growth, adaptability and innovation.
In this unprecedented time, we are excited to share to you the 4th Neuroscience for Leaders Summit: Re-Think Success - Can your brain take you there?
This one-of-a-kind gathering includes Business Educators from all parts of the world, like Professor Paul Brown, Richard Barrett, Paul Gibbons, Hong Chuan Zhang, Liang Cheng, and NeuroCapability CEO, Linda Ray together with many more Pioneers.
Having insights is a key component of the creative process. They can result in a new interpretation of a situation which can point to the solution to a problem.
During the webinar, LINDA RAY, NeuroCapability CEO, stressed that creativity was vital, especially in these times, as we need to think about how we can do things differently.
Stuck for ideas? Not sure what to do? Our life needs some balance to ensure our creativity doesn't suffer.
Watch this brainbite and learn a couple of tips to improve creativity.
Congratulations to Kady Agius, the first awardee of the Linda Ray Scholarship, valued at nearly $10,000. Kady is a Sector Development worker for the North Queensland Domestic Violence Resource Service, an NGO supporting those who have experienced domestic and family violence.