Bias | Performance | SCARF | SEEDS | status

Performance Punishment May Be the Reason You’re Losing Your Best People

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

When bias mixes with exploitative business practices, the result is performance punishment. Learn how to avoid giving all your hard tasks to one person.

November 21st, 2023

Employee Engagement | Learning and Development | Performance

Need Creative Ideas? Quit Brainstorming

By Laura Cassiday, Ph.D.

Contrary to popular belief, group brainstorming doesn’t actually produce more or better ideas. Here’s what to do instead.

October 3rd, 2023

Connection | NeuroBytes | Performance

NeuroBytes: Nighttime Dreams Can Boost Workday Resilience

By Laura Cassiday, Ph.D.

Awe-inspiring dreams can enhance resilience and goal progress at work, research finds.

September 28th, 2023

Connection | Latest from the Lab | Performance

Latest From the Lab: Regulate Your Emotions, With Help From a Friend

By Ryan Curl, Ph.D

Having a friend help you reappraise a negative situation is more beneficial than reappraising it alone, according to recent studies.

September 21st, 2023

Growth Mindset | Performance

Was the Super Chicken Theory All Wrong?

By NeuroLeadership Institute

By following a few key practices, it’s possible — and deeply beneficial — to create teams of high performers.

August 10th, 2023

Leadership | Learning and Development | Performance

Your Brain Doesn’t Want You To Be a Great Leader

By NeuroLeadership Institute

The way our brains evolve challenges our ability to excel in a leadership role.

July 27th, 2023

Burnout | NeuroBytes | Performance

NeuroBytes: Feeling Stressed at Work? Your Mouse and Keyboard Can Tell

By Laura Cassiday, Ph.D.

Researchers have developed a tool to alert office workers when it may be time to take a break.

July 24th, 2023

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