Your Brain at Work2019-07-12T04:53:19-04:00

Here’s Why Having a Brain Means You Have Bias

Unconscious bias lives in everyone. For leaders, it’s exceedingly important to learn to mitigate that bias before it negatively impacts decision-making.

What Pilots and Nurses Can Teach Organizations About Decision-Making

Giving people permission to speak up is all about the systems you create.

5 Habits for Holding Less-Biased Meetings

How to include intentionally, so you don’t exclude accidentally.

Why NeuroLeadership Is Moving from ‘Leadership and Change’ to ‘Culture and Leadership’

In the management world, culture is often spoken of with hushed tones, as some mercurial substance, ever-changing and impossible to be harnessed. But in fact, if you look into the brain science, it’s radically simple. Culture is shared everyday habits.

Why NeuroLeadership Is Moving from ‘Leadership and Change’ to ‘Culture and Leadership’

In the management world, culture is often spoken of with hushed tones, as some mercurial substance, ever-changing and impossible to be harnessed. But in fact, if you look into the brain science, it’s radically simple. Culture is shared everyday habits.

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