Webinar: Mindful v Mind Full – Why Attention Matters

June 18th, 2020

We process 11 million pieces of information every single second. To avoid meltdowns, our brain selectively decides what we should pay attention to.

In this webinar, Linda Ray, NeuroCapability CEO, shared the significance of Attentional Intelligence in practising Mindfulness by becoming the boss of your thoughts and the driver of your brain.

Who will you choose to be post Covid-19? – Webinar

June 11th, 2020

“How you choose to connect to others post-pandemic will be key to your success”

In this webinar, HR Inside Director, Meg Price, shared that we need to start being more curious and aware of the domains that are triggered in us so we could choose to be better versions of ourselves post-lockdown.

Creating a Hothouse

June 5th, 2020

Realising the full potential of our people is not just a case of trying to “improve” that person’s skills, learning, and behaviour. It is also (even more so) about improving the environment around that person. In this blog, Senior Learning and Development Business Partner at Trade and Investment Queensland, WENDY PALMER likens our workplace to a hothouse that provides everything we need to nurture our “seeds”.

Consider a seed.

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Psychological Safety as a driver of success

May 4th, 2020

This week, NeuroCapability CEO LINDA RAY considers how organisations will emerge from COVID-19 and how those who understand the importance of psychological safety will be the ones that not only survive but thrive. Linda is hosting a free webinar on Wednesday, 6 May, starting at 12noon.

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.

Victoria Police in danger of fixing ‘wrong problem’

Victoria Police are in danger of fixing the ‘wrong problem’ in the wake of the damning Bourke Street Massacre report released last week. Official responses to a critical incident review released by Coroner Jacqui Hawkins appeared to focus on policies and procedures relating to handling an incident while ignoring the factors underlying key failures.

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