Leaders have a role to play in helping people sustain the new pace of work and avoid burning out. Research from NLI can help organizations understand the limits of our minds, and how to work within them.
NLI's research has identified three key business reasons for organizations to start seriously trying to adopt a growth mindset.
Diversity without inclusion can lead to a revolving door of talent, which means leaders should focus on uniting teams around shared goals.
With employees working longer hours than usual, leaders may wonder if they should move to a four-day workweek. Here's what brain science says.
In moments of disruption, there's an opportunity to shift our mindset to find deeper meaning in our work. Brain science can show us how.
Change is hard, especially for large-scale transformation efforts. NLI wants to hear from you about your experience with change and disruption.
Mindset dictates the way we think about goals and determines how we interpret successes and failures. A growth mindset can help us thrive through crisis.
Coronavirus poses an extraordinary threat to our sense of control. The solution is to give employees autonomy wherever possible.
We're all trying to keep up with big changes. Here's how Morningstar's approach to crisis management is keeping its workforce engaged, happy, and healthy.
It’s hard to be cognitively effective during a crisis. Research shows that a few key shifts in mindset can help us stay focused and productive.