How do you bring your organization's purpose to life? By relying on the science of memory and motivation to go essential, rather than exhaustive.
A major concept discussed at this year's NeuroLeadership Summit was growth mindset, a critical tool for boosting teams' performance.
Cigna, a global leader in healthcare services, has embraced growth mindset to transform both its agility and its approach to performance management.
Performance management can drum up some pretty intense emotions. Fortunately, leaders can use neuroscience to make it more effective.
Performance management has been in flux for the last decade, and now NLI wants to hear from you about your experiences with the PM process.
The growing wisdom to "kill performance ratings" actually follows from an even larger observation about traditional performance management.
Growth mindset shows up in nearly all aspects of life and work. But what exactly is growth mindset all about, and how can we use it to get better?
Deb Bubb, IBM's Chief Leadership and Learning Officer, believes the AI revolution doesn't necessarily mean job loss, just a great need for reskilling.
By using growth mindset, we can give performance reviews that are more accurate, less threatening, and support our team members to develop and succeed.
A recent poll suggests that HR leaders may see manager capabilities as a major obstacle in performance management, but they say the solution lies elsewhere.