Linking Emotional Intelligence to Neuroscience

 A Neuroscience of Leadership graduate and the Principal Consultant at Eureka Training, Nick Mills, shares his thoughts on emotional intelligence and what learning about the brain can do to help you link the heart with the head.

“I don’t go in for any of that fluffy stuff at work.

How to be kind to your brain at Christmas

How to be kind to your brain at Christmas

Stress and Frazzle are common this time of year. Linda Ray shares her top ten tips for surviving and thriving this Christmas to ensure you have a Merry Brain-Friendly Christmas.

Be kind to your brain this Christmas and avoid stress and frazzle.

As Christmas approaches and the year draws to a close, many of us will be getting ready to have a breather, top up our energy bank and spend time with family and friends.

Attentional Intelligence is Critical in Leadership

Attentional Intelligence is Critical in Leadership

This blog is the first in a series, in which we will explain the 3rd Intelligence ‘Attentional Intelligence’ – a key component of our Human-Centred Brain-Based Leadership Model™. In coming blogs, we will explore 10 key future capabilities we see as crucial workplace competencies needed now and why an understanding of the brain is so important for developing these capabilities.

3 Ways to Cultivate an Innovative Workplace

3 Ways to Cultivate an Innovative Workplace

Linda Ray, CEO of NeuroCapability, looks at the challenges to supporting innovation in the workplace.

In our last blog, we noted the emphasis from our political leaders to be more innovative. I’m sure most of you would agree, this is critical in meeting the many challenges that we face in the 21st century.

Top Tips for Managing Information Overload

Top Tips for Managing Information Overload

This week, Linda Ray, CEO of NeuroCapability, shares 7 easy to follow tips on how to manage information overload and as a result – reduce stress and overwhelm at work.

In my coaching work a common theme is evident. People are experiencing stress and overwhelm and this is contributing to a constant state of frazzle.