Brainwaves for Leaders Blog

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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.

How Sensitive Is Your Brain To Change?

This week, Martin Turnbull, an independent learning and development consultant based in Brisbane and a graduate of neuresource group’s Diploma of the Neuroscience of Leadership, looks at how the human brain responds to change and [...]

How Does Your Engagement Measurement Stack Up?

In this post, Linda Ray, co-founder and co-director of neuresource group shares our tools for building a high performing organisation with a sustainably engaged workforce. According to Gallup’s 142 country study on the State of the Global workforce [...]

By | November 28th, 2014|Engagement, Linda Ray|0 Comments

The Art and Science Of ‘Brain Friendly’ Facilitation

Linda Ray, the co-founder and co-director of neuresource group, looks at enhancing the art of facilitation with Neuroscience.This week I ran a session ‘Facilitating with the Brain in Mind’ with supervisors in a Port Authority. Many [...]

By | October 31st, 2014|Linda Ray, Talent Development|2 Comments

NLP and Neuroleadership – What’s the Difference?

In this post, Tara Neven, the co-founder and co-director of neuresource group, looks at Neurolinguistic Programming and Neuroscience of Leadership and provides some interesting insight. I have been asked recently about the difference between neurolinguistic programming (often known [...]

Leading with the Brain In Mind = Happy C.A.M.P.E.R.S.

In this post, Linda Ray, co-founder and co-director of neuresource group looks at seven key influences of employee motivation, productivity and engagement. As Sky is walking to the water cooler, her boss passes by.  He is clearly [...]

B.E.T.T.E.R. Conversations

Michelle Loch is a PCC qualified coach and an expert in Neuroleadership.  Her passion is educating and coaching leaders to high performance using neuroscience as a foundational theory.   I work with individuals who want to [...]

Are You Building An Intelligent Enterprise?

In this post, Tara Neven, the co-founder and co-director of neuresource group,  looks at why applying neuroscience to organisational leadership matters and what it means to be an intelligent organisation. In today's global economy and in an [...]

Collaborate Across Teams, Silos, and Even Companies

Business psychologist Rebecca Newton discusses the need for collaborative leadership and the five factors that drive success in collaboration. Everywhere I turn right now, I hear leaders talking about their need for collaborative leadership. It’s being identified as [...]

Is Time Management An Outdated Concept?

Linda Ray, the co-founder and co-director of neuresource group, coined the term “attentional intelligence” in 2012. In this post, she looks at how when we speak about 'time management, what we are really talking about is [...]

By | July 28th, 2014|Attention Matters, Linda Ray, Roadmap, Talent Development|0 Comments

5 Things You Can Do To As A Leader To Make Your Organisation More Productive

Adair Jones, a Brainwaves for Leaders staff writer, looks at how applying neuroscience to work practices can make organisations more productive. Photo: Egon Philipp Most organisations are committed to keeping apace of technological advances, updating equipment frequently, [...]