“What’s going on in our brains when we have breakthroughs? Why do some of our most basic work habits and norms exhaust our minds rather than light them up? If feedback is essential for cognitive development, why can it freak us out and set our teeth on edge? These are some of the big questions David Rock, CEO and co-founder of the Neuroleadership Institute, ponders all of the time. David believes that if we can increase our ability to think well at work (since, spoiler alert, most work is thinking work) and bake more neuroscience into the workplace, we can be more effective, build better habits, and have better interactions within our teams and organizations. In this episode, we ask David all about our brains at work.”

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Equity, Explained

February 21st, 2023|

In this infographic, we dive into how the brain reacts to unfairness and why systems must be overhauled to truly achieve equity.

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3 Ways Diversity Improves the Customer Experience

February 9th, 2023|

In this CMSWire article, Global Head of DEI at the NeuroLeadership Institute, Janet M. Stovall, shares three touchpoints in the customer experience where diversity and inclusion impact the customer experience.