The Neuroleadership Institute Podcast

In organizations around the world, leaders face urgent issues: a crisis in employee engagement, the need to make workforces more diverse, and the challenge of making workplaces feel human in an era of increasing dependence on technology. At the NeuroLeadership Institute, we believe brain science can help provide solutions.

In a world where people can locate information with a few keystrokes, how has learning changed? What makes learning effective — and what pitfalls do leaders face when trying to make learning accessible and sustained? In this episode of Your Brain at Work Live, Alyssa Abkowitz — our global head of Product and Content — interviews Dr. David Rock about the first principles we should all keep in mind as we navigate new paradigms in learning at work. Listen closely — you might just find some insights for the AGES.

Together, we'll explore effective ways to drive impactful conversations, navigate difficult ones, and build new habits.

In the second in a series of episodes on human-centric leadership hosted by Matt Summers, the NeuroLeadership Institute's Global Vice President of Culture & Leadership, we explore how leaders can overcome the employee apathy conundrum.

Why is it that there's a crisis of confidence in leaders impacting organizations around the world right now? What can organizations do about their talent pipeline and employee development lifecycle? How does the neuroscience of learning figure into all of this? In the first of a three-part series on Human Centric leadership hosted by our Global Vice President of Culture & Leadership, Matt Summers, we begin digging into these questions and more — illuminating the path to more adaptive, innovative organizations with evidence-based methods.

In this episode, we welcome Dr. Michaela Simpson, the NeuroLeadership Institute's Global Vice President of Research and Innovation; and Janet M. Stovall, our Global Head of DEI — to share a neuroscientific perspective on this tradition of resilience, and what a more inclusive, equitable world might look like going forward.

In this episode of Your Brain at Work, we bring a generationally diverse panel of thinkers at the NeuroLeadership Institute — including Dr. Michaela Simpson, our global head of research and innovation; Nichole Hoskins, our global head of people; and Ariel Roldan, a business development associate — to explore the differences and commonalities across the five generations bringing their brains to today's workforce.

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