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Growing a Social Brain

Growing a Social Brain

Are you born with social skills? Human beings are naturally social. To survive from a newborn, we have to rely on others. To have children, we have to form a relationship with a partner. To be successful at work, it usually pays to work as a team. And loneliness is...

How to Design Organisational Culture

How to Design Organisational Culture

Shaping organisational culture is a popular topic. And for good reason, the culture that we exist within influences how we perform and, therefore, the results an organisation can achieve. While most companies and leaders collectively explore what they think their...

What Makes a Leadership Development Programme Great?

What Makes a Leadership Development Programme Great?

We’ve all been there. Sitting in a room listening to someone who, at first glance seemed to be just what the company needed. Someone who could talk your people through the ins and outs of how to become a great leader, guiding them through the skills they need and...

Curiosity. It’s the Gaps that Count.

Curiosity. It’s the Gaps that Count.

In our busy world, we are continually bombarded with sights, sounds, and even smells that overwhelm our senses and stretch our brains. But while we are busy making sense of what’s there, have you ever stopped to think  - to have curiosity - for the opposite? For what...

Understanding and Preventing Workplace Bullying

Understanding and Preventing Workplace Bullying

Workplace Bullying and Aggression In an age when organizations are striving to be transparent, open, and promote a culture of psychological safety, occurrences of workplace bullying and aggression are usually quickly dealt with so that the involved parties can find a...

What Does it Mean to be Mentally Fatigued?

What Does it Mean to be Mentally Fatigued?

Mental Fatigue and Engagement There is no denying that life is hard work for many of us at the moment. Excessive job demands, the need to juggle work, education and home life, and mental worries about what the future holds all...

Working from Home – According to your Brain

Working from Home – According to your Brain

In current times, when many of us are working from home, our brains are having to adapt to a whole new way of working, often not in ideal conditions. The norms of going to the office 5 days a week are on hold, and a new normal has to be established. One thing that is...

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