Neuroplasticity and our brain wiring

June 11th, 2020

“An old dog can’t learn new tricks – unless they’ve learned Neuroscience”
- Penny Curnow

In today’s Brainbite, Penny shares about Neuroplasticity and how we can change our brain wiring – on who we are, what we do and how we react to things.

Business as unusual after lockdown

April 30th, 2020

What will the workplace look like after the coronavirus has passed. Will we carry on with business as unusual or revert back to the way we used to do things before we were sent home to work? NeuroCapability CEO Linda Ray looks at the options and explores the prospect of carrying on business as unusual.

Body, Mind, Soul

During a recent webinar, workplace wellness experts, Thea O’Connor, Linda Ray, and Cynthia Hickman offered some insights on how we can care for ourselves and each other during challenging times. You can watch the video or read a transcription of the conversation below.

Neuroscience tops class in education setting

One of the real strengths of Neuroscience is how understanding a new concept translates to immediate benefits in your life, whether that’s in the workplace, in your family, or just within yourself.

We most often think of leadership in terms of our workplace team and our colleagues. But concepts learned in our Neuroscience of Leadership course can be applied just as effectively with other groups of people with whom we interact – most often customers or clients.

This week, one of our Neuroscience of Leadership students was interviewed about the application of neuroscience in the education sector. Jason Hibberd, Deputy Principal – Head of Campus at St Francis Xavier College in Melbourne, is nearing completion of his Advanced Diploma and talked about how neuroscience concepts were being applied with staff and with students. As he says in the video, whether dealing with staff or students, the concepts are the same, it is only the language used that differs.

How Sensitive Is Your Brain To Change

This week, Martin Turnbull, an independent learning and development consultant based in Brisbane and a graduate of the Diploma of the Neuroscience of Leadership, looks at how the human brain responds to change and why making a change can be so difficult.