A Successful Hybrid Workplace Model

As many workplaces reopen their offices, businesses are renegotiating the role of the physical workplace. While many believed that remote work culture would be a boon to productivity and hamper company culture, these concerns are thankfully unfounded.

Hybrid workplaces allow your business to create a more inclusive culture, increase productivity, and encourage creativity. At the NeuroLeadership Institute, we have the experience necessary to help your organization adopt a successful hybrid work model and transform your business to meet its 21st-century potential.

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Virtual Learning is Better. Period.

April 19th, 2022|Comments Off on Virtual Learning is Better. Period.

Recent research shows the surprising difference between in-person and virtual training on learning and behavior change outcomes.

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Summit 2022: Maintaining Connection When Your Team Is Dispersed

February 3rd, 2022|Comments Off on Summit 2022: Maintaining Connection When Your Team Is Dispersed

One of the most daunting and complex challenges of the pandemic has been how to keep workers connected. Eva Majercsik (CPO, Genesys), provides insight into how to best create a sense of belonging in the workplace.

Best Of 2021: Hybrid Work

December 14th, 2021|Comments Off on Best Of 2021: Hybrid Work

In this year-end content round-up, we compile our best advice on ways leaders can embrace hybrid work, and provide employees the autonomy they want to lead them to more productive and engaged outcomes.

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How to Stay Focused When the Finish Line Keeps Moving

December 2nd, 2021|Comments Off on How to Stay Focused When the Finish Line Keeps Moving

As a society that thrives on completion, we often feel that as the finish line approaches, we become more desperate to get there. Research shows that thinking that way can undermine good habit formation. NLI's Emma Sarro unpacks how we can make sense of this conundrum.

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Zoom Fatigue Is Real. But There Are Upsides to Platforms, Too.

November 5th, 2021|Comments Off on Zoom Fatigue Is Real. But There Are Upsides to Platforms, Too.

Much is made about "Zoom fatigue" and the loss of innovation in a platform-centric workplace. But before we accept these narratives as fact, let's examine some of the upsides—and how best to leverage them.

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The Power of Choice

October 13th, 2021|Comments Off on The Power of Choice

A sense of control, or the power to decide, is a key human need. Here are several ways leaders can increase workers’ sense of autonomy and maximize employee engagement and performance.

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Keep teams connected, engaged and ready to adapt to Hybrid Work

At the NeuroLeadership Institute, we help workplaces shift to hybrid with FLEX. Our FLEX program nurtures:

Resilience

Give your employees the tools to navigate stress and uncertainty.

Productivity

Learn how to maintain performance in the face of distraction and disruption.

Relatedness

Increase workplace empathy to build connectivity.

Certainty

Transform your workplace into a beacon of control and clarity in times of uncertainty.

Reach out to NLI today to see how we can help you transform your business.