Looking Back to See Forward: Insights From the Year of COVID

By Cliff David

We're adding our voice to the chorus of COVID-at-1 stories, through the prism of organizational learnings and brain science.

March 25th, 2021


Are You Neglecting Your Team?

By Sherilyn George-Clinton, Andrea Derler, PhD

Because anxiety has real implications for productivity, organizations have to address it before anything else.

January 25th, 2021

Cognitive Capacity | Coronavirus | Culture

While We All Work From Home, Cozy Up to Cognitive Capacity

By Kyle Olsen

Leaders can use insights derived from science to manage their teams' cognitive capacity, ultimately making them smarter, happier, and more effective.

January 12th, 2021

Coronavirus | Growth Mindset | Performance

3 Psychological Habits to Deliver What Matters During a Crisis

By Jonathan Grinstein, Ph.D.

It’s hard to be cognitively effective during a crisis. Research shows that a few key shifts in mindset can help us stay focused and productive.

October 29th, 2020

Coronavirus | Culture & Leadership

How to Be Optimistic and Realistic During the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Jonathan Grinstein, Ph.D.

We all need to strike the right adaptive mindset amid this crisis. The Stockdale paradox can teach us how to balance realism with optimism.

August 13th, 2020

Coronavirus | Leadership | Performance

Manage Your Mindset by Understanding These 3 Levels of Threat

By Cliff David

High levels of stress and anxiety can affect your ability to focus. Science shows us how can you manage stress, maintain focus, and stay productive.

August 13th, 2020

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