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Psychological Safety Webinar Series – Webinar 2

May 28th, 2020

This is the second in a series of three Psychological Safety webinars conducted by NeuroCapability CEO, Linda Ray. In this webinar, Linda helps us gain a greater understanding of the key role that leaders play in influencing the psychological safety climate of our teams.

How the brain turns popular culture into a marketing tool

May 25th, 2020

Popular culture references are often used as a tool in persuasion - for marketers, politicians, and everyday business sales pitches. In this BrainBite, DAVE WESTMAN from Flat Cat Marketing looks at why people use pop culture by relating it to how the brain works.

Psychological Safety Series – Webinar 1

May 21st, 2020

This is the first in a series of three Psychological Safety webinars conducted by NeuroCapability CEO, Linda Ray. In this webinar, Linda explores what Psychological Safety is about and how it is important for productivity, innovation, and workplace wellness in high performing teams.

Focusing on the Circle of Certainty

May 20th, 2020

The brain craves certainty and it is also a prediction organ. NeuroCapability CEO, Linda Ray, has created a model called the Circle of Certainty. In this BrainBite, she talks about the three rings in the circle of certainty and how we tend to spend too much time thinking about things we can't possibly predict because there is no level of certainty.

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Who will you choose to be post Covid-19?

May 11th, 2020

If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it is the importance of human connection. The slogan ‘in this together’ is now commonplace, but how do we ensure we come out of this together? Organisational Development Consultant and Coach MEG PRICE looks at how we emerge as better versions of ourselves- together.

Your brain listens to your internal dialogue

May 10th, 2020

Your brain is constantly searching for information and meaning. And if it can't find meaning, it just makes stuff up! Penny Curnow talks about the need to provide a positive internal dialogue so your brain has something good to work with.

Jenny Brockis interview: Brain health & the pandemic

May 10th, 2020

NeuroCapability CEO Linda Ray talks with Dr Jenny Brockis, a medical practitioner, lifestyle medicine physician, and expert on brain health, mental wellbeing and human connection. This wide-ranging discussion includes brain fatigue, mindfulness, and future-self predicting, among other things.

Avoiding distractions to increase productivity

May 7th, 2020

There's 1001 ways to be distracted from your work - especially if you are working from home. But distractions are the last thing you want when you are engaged in "deep work" because it takes a long time get your brain back down to the level of concentration it was at before the distraction.

Why your brain needs a break from Zoom

May 7th, 2020

How often are you doing Zoom sessions during lockdown and working from home? Penny Curnow explains why back-to-back Zoom meetings make our brain run out of energy and why scheduling brain breaks is critical.