As a senior science editor at the NeuroLeadership Institute, Chris Weller creates a broad range of content to showcase how neuroleadership is transforming the ways leaders strengthen their organization’s culture, drive performance, and promote diversity and inclusion. He also manages the company blog, Your Brain At Work, and generates NLI thought leadership pieces for outlets such as Harvard Business Review, Strategy+Business, Quartz, and Fast Company. He is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, an avid triathlete, and a crossword puzzle aficionado.
Changing a culture can feel like just about the toughest job a leader has. It’s hard enough getting yourself to act differently — how could you possibly change the behavior of hundreds or thousands of people? From both our research
As we've been writing in our ongoing series, Growth Mindset: The Master Class, growth mindset is a topic that leaders across industries have gotten excited about. This week, we'd like to share a story of one of growth mindset's biggest
Growth mindset is dominating leadership discussions around the world, and now it’s taking over the NeuroLeadership Institute blog. Every Thursday for the next 12 weeks, Your Brain At Work will deliver fresh insights straight from “The State of Growth Mindset,”