Mental priming has been widely used in sports training with great success. Now advances in neuroscience provide real evidence to show how mental priming functions in the brain. Leaders and managers who embrace the field of neuroleadership have adapted the method sports coaches employ to enhance their own performance and to foster those of their employees.
This blog has been revised and updated. It was first published on September 30, 2015 as 'Are Your People SCARE'd'.
This week Linda Ray, presents the NeuroCapability SCARE model as a platform for understanding what goes on in your brain at work and for building resilience in your organisation.
This week, Karren Jensen, COO at NeuroCapability, looks at why we need to rethink our education environments if we are going to develop graduates with high-order cognitive skills and how Neuroscience of Leadership is supporting educators to bridge the gaps.
Your staff engagement results are in… and despite all the hard work you have put in, crafting mission statements and values and developing leadership capability frameworks, your results haven’t improved or have even got worse!
Does this sound familiar? Poor engagement results are bad news for CEO’s and executives who have been incentivised to improve employee engagement.
Stress and Frazzle are common this time of year. Linda Ray shares her top ten tips for surviving and thriving this Christmas to ensure you have a Merry Brain-Friendly Christmas.
Be kind to your brain this Christmas and avoid stress and frazzle.
As Christmas approaches and the year draws to a close, many of us will be getting ready to have a breather, top up our energy bank and spend time with family and friends.
This blog is the first in a series, in which we will explain the 3rd Intelligence ‘Attentional Intelligence’ – a key component of our Human-Centred Brain-Based Leadership Model™. In coming blogs, we will explore 10 key future capabilities we see as crucial workplace competencies needed now and why an understanding of the brain is so important for developing these capabilities.
Linda Ray, CEO of NeuroCapability looks at how technology is reshaping our brains and asks is it time to rethink our love affair with our digital world?
Our love affair with technology is at an all-time high, but have we really considered the costs?
The first generation of young people are entering new careers having been born with devices as a constant part of their lives.
Linda Ray, CEO of NeuroCapability, looks at the challenges to supporting innovation in the workplace.
In our last blog, we noted the emphasis from our political leaders to be more innovative. I’m sure most of you would agree, this is critical in meeting the many challenges that we face in the 21st century.
This week, Linda Ray, CEO of NeuroCapability, shares the negative impacts to productivity that increased stress levels can have as a result of the distractions we face everyday.
Stress and anxiety is on the rise in the workplace. There are some obvious contributors with tough economic times and people being required to do more with less.
This week, Linda Ray, CEO of NeuroCapability, shares 7 easy to follow tips on how to manage information overload and as a result – reduce stress and overwhelm at work.
In my coaching work a common theme is evident. People are experiencing stress and overwhelm and this is contributing to a constant state of frazzle.