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Brainbite: The Goldilocks Effect of Overwhelm

NeuroCapability's PENNY CURNOW gets this BrainBite "just right", talking about the Goldilocks Effect and managing overwhelm. Penny explains the CHIPS model and how it delivers techniques to avoid overwhelm and keep stress levels under control.

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Wednesday 15 July, 12 noon QLD
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Get Ready to CHANGE YOUR LIFE – August 2020 Intake

If you're looking for practical skills and science-based tools that you can use right away and become more productive and more effective in the workplace, NeuroCapability guarantees you'll get what you're looking for. A survey of the last four classes graduating from the only fully accredited Advanced Diploma of Neuroscience of Leadership in Australia found 100% of students said the content was relevant to them, that they used the skills learned and that they noticed improvements in their performance in the workplace.

Brainbite: Balancing Your Body Budget

You can only do deep for a short time before you have to have a break. Our brain needs good systems, good nutrition and good amounts of sleep in order to be able to function properly.

NeuroCapability's PENNY CURNOW created this short BrainBite about your body budget and how you can't keep making withdrawals without topping up your account (with rest, good nutrition, and rest).

The next FREE webinar is about the neuroscience of overwhelm and useful insights on how to manage a cognitive overload.

The reluctant march back to the office

With lockdowns all but over (if you don’t live in Victoria), thousands of people are abandoning their temporary work-from-home mode and heading back to their regular workplace. DAVE WESTMAN looks at why that’s good news for some and bad for others.

We stood at the cliff face for a long time – certainly for most of this century so far.