Behavior Change | Summer Reset

When Vacation Isn’t Enough

By John F. Edwards, Emma Sarro, Ph.D.

Research shows our bodies and minds need more frequent breaks beyond vacation time.

July 5th, 2022

Behavior Change | Empathy | Storytelling

The Neuroscience of Story Listening

By Joy VerPlanck, D.E.T.

You may know the power of storytelling, but listening to a story is when the magic happens.

July 5th, 2022

Behavior Change | Learning and Development

Will Tesla Lose Its Spark With Return to Office?

By Laura Cassiday, Ph.D., Rachel Morgan

Recently, Tesla CEO Elon Musk demanded that employees return to the office or find a new job. We sat down with our CEO David Rock to get his take on this move.

June 30th, 2022

Culture and Leadership | DEI | Latest from the Lab

Latest From the Lab: The Dark Corners of Safety

By Emma Sarro, Ph.D.

When we’ve invested time and effort into a project, it’s hard to let go — even if continuing will create more losses.

June 23rd, 2022

Allyship | Change | Culture and Leadership | DEI | Inclusion | Performance

The Evangelical Conundrum: One Reason Your DEI Efforts May Be Falling Flat

By Joy VerPlanck, D.E.T.

If you think you need to focus #change or #DEI efforts on the people who disagree, you’re missing out on the power of the middle.

June 14th, 2022

Change | Culture and Leadership | DEI | Growth Mindset | Performance | Resilience

The Most Surprising Reason People Change

By Laura Cassiday, Ph.D.

Although most people would never admit to following the crowd, social norms are a surprisingly powerful impetus for behavior change.

June 7th, 2022

Culture and Leadership | DEI | Growth Mindset | Resilience

Moral Injury at Work, and the Storied Path to Resilience

By Dr. David Rock, Joy VerPlanck, D.E.T.

Whether it happens on or off the clock, moral injury could impact motivation and cognition at work. Leaders need to know the signs, and how to help.

June 2nd, 2022

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