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Keep up to date with the latest developments in neuroscience with informative materials from experts in the industry


How ‘traffic lights’ boost productivity

April 30th, 2020

Penny Curnow explains how using a "traffic light" system can make you more productive while working from home while, at the same time, maintaining stable relationships at home. The family is not used to having you working in their environment and you're not used to working in the home environment.

Tips for leaders in the time of coronavirus

April 29th, 2020

In conjunction with the Fairness in Lockdown webinar, Rachael Dunnett has prepared this extra resource, which takes us through some of the issues that arise from changed working arrangements due to the pandemic. We analyse the current circumstances using the SCARE model and particular attention is paid to perceptions of equity between the operations or production part of the organisation and the support team.

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Fairness in Lockdown Webinar

April 29th, 2020

In this Wednesday Webinar series instalment, NeuroCapability looks at Fairness in Lockdown and how perceptions of inequality during the pandemic lockdown impact the workforce and organisational culture. NeuroCapability CEO Linda Ray's special guest is Organisational Development Consultant, Wendy Hall.

BrainBite on Fairness in the Workplace

April 28th, 2020

NeuroCapability CEO, Linda Ray, touches on fairness in the workplace, especially during coronavirus lockdown, and the impact perceived inequities can have on teams and the workplace.

Same threat different impact – Lessons from the divide

April 23rd, 2020

Some businesses have some staff forced to work from home while others are forced to stay at work – both might feel unfairly treated. Organisational Development Consultant WENDY HALL discusses some of the underlying issues around this fairness divide.

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Working From Home webinar

April 22nd, 2020

Combining your work life and your home life brings with it plenty of challenges. The good news comes with a great selection of techniques you can employ to make your work life more productive and your home life happier.

Mastering working from home

April 20th, 2020

In many parts of the world, and certainly in Australia, thousands of people have been working from home for the first time – and it has presented a few challenges. This week, PENNY CURNOW looks at ways you can master working from home in a brain-friendly way that works for everyone.

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How are you connecting in lockdown?

April 20th, 2020

The need to have connection with others is critical in this time where we are working from home. For some this may mean very limited contact with other humans. Workplaces provide opportunities for people to interact with others.