Culture and Leadership | Hybrid | Remote Work

Zoom Fatigue Is Real. But There Are Upsides to Platforms, Too.

By Ted Bauer

Much is made about "Zoom fatigue" and the loss of innovation in a platform-centric workplace. But before we accept these narratives as fact, let's examine some of the upsides—and how best to leverage them.

November 5th, 2021

Diversity & Inclusion

Best Of 2021: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

By NeuroLeadership Institute

In our DE&I round-up, we highlight this year’s DE&I advancements, while also recognizing large gaps that need to be closed to continue down the path of long-lasting and impactful allyship.

December 7th, 2021

Culture and Leadership

How to Stay Focused When the Finish Line Keeps Moving

By Lisa Holton

As a society that thrives on completion, we often feel that as the finish line approaches, we become more desperate to get there. Research shows that thinking that way can undermine good habit formation. NLI's Emma Sarro unpacks how we can make sense of this conundrum.

December 2nd, 2021

Allyship | Latest from the Lab

Latest From the Lab: When the Intent and Impact of Allyship Don’t Align

By Michaela Simpson, PhD

So many of us are trying to be better allies in the workplace. But research shows a discrepancy between the intent of allies and the impact of their actions. Here's how to be a better ally.

November 30th, 2021

Here’s why you may be about to argue with family over the holidays—and how to pivot.

By Joy VerPlanck, D.E.T., Emma Sarro, Ph.D.

Familial arguments are common over the holidays—but there are brain-friendly tactics you can use to stay on friendly and firm common ground.

November 23rd, 2021

We’re Doing Downtime Wrong

By Jay Dixit

To perform at our best, our brains need rest — but downtime isn’t what we think.

November 19th, 2021

Cognitive Capacity | Culture and Leadership

Five Ways to Deal with ‘Cog Fog’

By Sherilyn George-Clinton, Emma Sarro, Ph.D.

If you think your brain has become more foggy in the past year, you're not alone. Research shows the pandemic has given us all a bit more cog fog. Here's how to conquer it.

November 17th, 2021

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