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How close are you to a balanced neurochemistry is the degree to which you will experience peak performance Science is crystal clear about it: All behaviour has a corresponding chemical pattern in the brain Through your daily behaviors and the environments...
  Neuroscience tells us that in culture transformations, we need to structure change by helping people understand what matters and how they need to behave. The old way is defunct.   According to Accenture research, the new way culture transformation has to be: ...
10 immutable laws of mistakes By Alan Norton Mistakes are an inevitable mystery. Why do we make them? Why do we repeat them?   But as Allan Norton explains, certain laws govern how we deal with them, learn from them, conceal them, and even profit...
 Behavioral insights impact on key business issues, from employee motivation and change management to revenue growth. Concepts of behavioral psychology and neuroscience are enabling leaders to better understand how we interact with key stakeholders, and help improve marketing communications, customer...
About 25 per cent of us will experience the effects of anxiety disorders at some point in our lives, with sometimes dire repercussions for friends, family and our own well-being. The cumulative lifetime prevalence of all stress-related disorders is difficult...
An engaging video on perceptual illusions featuring Cognitive neuroscientist Al Seckel. ...
• What does the new science tell us about the mind of a leader? • Why is emotional capital the new currency in the new world of work? • Which 10 emotional and social skills separate great leaders from the average? •...
According to Deborah Braconnier of physorg.com, a research study from the University of Texas, revealed that Europeans are happier when they have a day off and work less, while their American counterparts would rather be working those extra hours. Published...
High performing organisations nurture high-potential employees. However a recent study by the Corporate Executive Board revealed that 40% of “high-potential” job moves  produce disappointing results. Disengagement is also present: One in three emerging stars reported feeling disengaged from his or her company. ...
Sloan Management Review poses the question: What types of people are more likely to be happy? A National Bureau of Economic Research working paper called “International Happiness,” by economists David G. Blanchflower of Dartmouth College in the U.S. and Andrew J. Oswald  of the University...
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