Organizational performance can be significantly improved, and the brain can show us how. By following the science, it is possible to develop significantly more effective talent strategies, and drive behavior change across the globe, at a fraction of the usual cost — and in weeks, not years.
NLI have been subject-matter experts, and partners with us, and advisers – they’ve played the gamut.
Our partnership with NLI has been full of insights.
NLI has been second to none in terms of their willingness to work with us.
The way the science is woven in, the flow, the activities… I think it’s a masterful job.
We talked about the neuroscience of trying to find things that are simple, cohesive, and sticky.
What really sticks out for me from our work with NLI is the combination of the science and the practical.
You’re seeing innovation come out of our organization like never before.
We’ve seen this content showing up in leadership conferences, team meetings, and presentations everywhere.
NLI has built this to be brain friendly, to allow us to engage.
Develop brain-friendly talent strategies, and educate learners at all levels about the brain — improving decision-making, conversations, and outcomes.
You’ve built a business strategy based on data.
What about a talent strategy based on science?
The Marvel Model: How to Tell a Story With Your I&D Initiatives
Independent I&D initiatives can be well-intentioned, well-executed, and impactful in their own right, but they often don’t build upon other initiatives in meaningful ways. Here's why you should take a page from Marvel's book when designing your I&D strategy.
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