We know traditional ways of working just don’t cut it in the current global business environment. If this weren’t the case, we wouldn’t see evidence of a leadership, engagement, and culture crisis at work. Yet many businesses still make decisions, communicate internally and externally, employ, recruit, and manage using the same outdated structures that were designed for the industrial age.
The challenge is, how do you break down a framework that has been in place for decades? What do we need to do differently? Armed with the knowledge we are gaining about our neurobiology, how do we build brain-friendly organisations and teams?
It is through this lens that we like to challenge the disconnect between what science shows and what business does. If you haven’t noticed, the world is in the midst of a ‘neuro-revolution’ driven by new technologies and new disciplines in science that are uncovering fresh insights about human nature and what drives behaviour. Modern technology is supporting scientists to look at the brain in action, and we are gaining a better understanding of how our emotions, motivations, decision-making, and memory processes operate in the brain.
At Neuresource group we help leaders and businesses to replace old ways with new ways to support you to address the disconnect between what science shows and business does. Here are some examples of old ways used in organisations and new contemporary approaches taken by neureosurce group in line with our revolutionary STEAR MODEL.