Tag: Season 10

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DE(A)I Part One: Mitigating Bias in Technology Adoption

In this special episode of Your Brain at Work, published to coincide with a presentation — delivered by Janet M. Stovall, our Global Head of DEI, and Matt Summers, our Global Head of Culture and Leadership — at the Society for Human Resource Management’s Talent Conference and Expo… they examine the emergence of AI through the lens of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion — this time focusing on breaking bias.

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Delegation – Why It’s So Hard, and How to Get It Right

Do your managers struggle to delegate effectively? They’re not alone.

Leaders often delegate too little or too much, hurting both efficiency and employee morale. On this episode of Your Brain at Work, Dr. David Rock and Dr. Emma Sarro bridge the gap between knowing you should delegate and doing it right.

Learn brain based strategies to empower your team and free up your time for strategic thinking.

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Accountability vs. Psychological Safety with Dr. Amy Edmondson

Is it time for the pendulum to swing back toward a focus on performance and less on people?

Many leaders today feel the pendulum has swung too far toward the employee, and cringe when they hear about increasing psychological safety.

Are they right, or are they missing something important here? Are these two ideas in opposition? Is it possible to truly have one without the other?

Join Dr. Amy Edmondson and Dr. David Rock as they robustly debate these and other important questions.

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Leadership Essentials Pt. I: The Science of Self-Management

Every organization wants to be at the cutting edge of its industry, become a coveted employer and beat profit projections quarter over quarter. To get there, leaders themselves need to be able to make the best decisions and cultivate an environment in which everyone can do their best work. Of course, they need optimal cognitive capacity to rise to that challenge.  
Join Dr. David Rock and NLI Managing Editor Dr. Laura Cassiday to kick off a series centered on how leaders can optimize their own brain health and by extension, sustainably fortify their organization’s business position.

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The Evolution of SCARF: 20 Years of Insight

It has been 20 years since NLI identified the five domains in humans’ social experience: status, certainty, autonomy, relatedness, and fairness.

Join Dr. Emma Sarro (Head of Scientific Research) and Evynn McFalls (Global VP of Marketing and Brand) in this week’s discussion on the evolution of The SCARF Model.

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2024: Leadership Trends to Watch

Hot on the heels of his recent publication on leadership trends in Fast Company, Dr. David Rock welcomes our global head of research, Dr. Emma Sarro to Your Brain at Work Live to discuss the quiet signals unfolding on the leadership landscape — and key trends to watch and influence as the year unfolds.

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How AI Could Augment Human Performance — Ft. Dr. Teodor Grantcharov

Over the last several months, there’s been a great deal of talk about the use cases for artificial intelligence. Millions around the world are excited about the creative potential, labor, and time savings that AI might unlock. But AI’s use cases don’t end there. In this episode of Your Brain At Work, our co-founder, Dr. David Rock connects with Dr. Teodor Grantcharov (Professor of Surgery at Stanford University and Associate Chief Quality Officer for Innovation and Safety at Stanford Healthcare) to explore a fascinating new use case for AI: saving lives in the operating room. Listen on for a fascinating exploration of how we might use AI to augment, rather than supplant, our humanity.

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From Breakdown to Breakthrough: Managing Threat Response in the Workplace

How do organizations that prioritize psychological safety differ — in terms of business performance — from those that don’t? What cognitive levers should organizations think about when executing change initiatives in order to manage threat, motivate their teams and drive positive business outcomes? On this episode of Your Brain at Work Live, Dr. Emma Sarro and Dr. Ryan Curl provide answers to these questions and more — sharing key findings from our latest NeuroLeadership Journal, “Managing Threat Response in the Workplace”.

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