The Brainwaves for Leaders blog is published by Neuresource Groups sister company Neurocapability Press. Through these blogs our aim is to explore and share the practical applications of the neuroscience of leadership to build brain friendly leaders and organisations. ‘Brain Friendly’ leaders and organisations understand that their people are their most valuable resource. Brain friendly leaders tap into the growing body of neuroscience knowledge to enhance the way they facilitate and lead change, solve problems, make decisions, collaborate with others and manage pressure and conflict.
Brainwaves for Leaders incorporates the successful elements of more than 20 years of consulting experience in organisational change and development, corporate training, and executive coaching. Our focus is on the latest developments in the neuroscience of leadership. Many of our contributors are experts in the field; others are newcomers and bring a fresh perspective. You’ll find a range of material and an abundance of ideas on the use of brain-friendly techniques to improve your work experience.
The impact of the digital world has crept up on us, but at what cost to our brains?
This week, Linda Ray, co-director and founder of neuresource group, shares what she discovered from coaching individuals and organisations about the negative impact on productivity that increased stress levels have as a result of the distractions we face everyday. Stress and anxiety is [...]
This week, Tara Neven, co-director and founder of neuresource group, shares why organisational change is hard for our people and the brain friendly steps you can take to make change stick. In todays fast paced, hyper connected, global economy, change in [...]
This week, Tara Neven, co-founder and co-director of neuresource group, looks at the ins and outs of implementing strategy in today's complicated world and shows how neuroscience insights just might be the answer. Sally is [...]
This week, Linda Ray and Tara Neven, co-founders and co-directors of neuresource group, presents the STEAR model, a framework that challenges the disconnect between what science shows and what business does. Albert Einstein famously said, “No problem can [...]