Category: Mind

The Neuroscience of Napping

For Eric, a sales manager, one of the perks of working from home is being able to take a quick cat nap when even the strongest coffee can’t keep him from nodding off while reading a dull report. Unlike at the office, he doesn’t have to worry about his boss or coworkers catching him snoring…

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The NeuroLeadership Institute Expands Diversity Practice Promoting Janet M. Stovall to Global Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

The NeuroLeadership Institute Expands Diversity Practice Promoting Janet M. Stovall to Global Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Promotion reflects company’s next phase of growth with Stovall’s expertise helping businesses dismantle systemic inequity. NEW YORK, May 11, 2022 – The NeuroLeadership Institute (NLI), a cognitive science-based research consultancy dedicated to making organizations more human since 1998,…

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Why Putting People First Helps Leaders Achieve Their Goals

For decades, organizations have struggled with a conundrum: For a company to succeed, employees need to feel like their leaders care about them. But the moment you put someone in a position of leadership, research shows, they begin focusing less on people and more on big-picture goals. Although power doesn’t always corrupt, it does make…

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The New Rules of Return-To-Office

By now, you’ve probably heard the stories: the manager who relaxed the dress code to include sneakers in an effort to lure his employees back, or the small firm that offered free car washes once a week. And then there’s the tech behemoth that’s hosting a private concert with Lizzo. For all the efforts organizations…

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Latest from the Lab: The Trap of Rosy Retrospection Bias

We’ve all had the experience of starting a new job that’s unfamiliar and for a moment thinking, “That last gig wasn’t so bad after all.” Or looking back at a romantic relationship gone sour and thinking, “What if I stayed with that person?”  This common type of reminiscing affects us all, and new research shows…

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Your Brain At Work LIVE – S7:E03

S7E3   [INTRODUCTION]   [00:00:02] SW: Welcome back to season seven, episode three of Your Brain at Work podcast. Over the past few years, we’ve learned that rest is a necessity for avoiding burnout. In this episode, our internal team members will dive into a conversation, exploring gender parity as it relates to downtime and…

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