Culture | Culture & Leadership | Empathy | Summit 2022

Summit 2022: The Nitty Gritty of Forming Habits

By Jay Dixit

What’s the best way to make new habits stick? To shed light on this complex question, we turned to Elliot Berkman, a psychologist at the University of Oregon and the associate managing director of the Center for Translational Neuroscience.

January 20th, 2022

Culture | Culture & Leadership | Empathy | Summit 2022

A Few Highlights from our 18th Summit

By Jay Dixit

Our 18th NeuroLeadership Summit, featuring Boeing and Procter & Gamble (P&G), included insights about growth mindset, de-escalation, and inclusion.

February 24th, 2022

Culture | Culture & Leadership | Empathy | Summit 2022

Summit 2022: A New Way to View Implicit Bias

By Troy Hicks, Ph.D.

For years, there’s been one mainstream way of understanding implicit bias. Now researchers have discovered something unexpected in how our brains react to biases.

February 10th, 2022

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Summit 2022: The Impact of Collective Moral Injury at Work

By Joy VerPlanck, D.E.T.

Burnout might be something completely different. Read our Q&A with Dr. Noel Lipana for more about the impact of moral injury on motivation.

February 8th, 2022

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Summit 2022: Maintaining Connection When Your Team Is Dispersed

By Jay Dixit

One of the most daunting and complex challenges of the pandemic has been how to keep workers connected. Eva Majercsik (CPO, Genesys), provides insight into how to best create a sense of belonging in the workplace.

February 3rd, 2022

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Summit 2022: The Importance of Being Coherent

By Jay Dixit

In order to actually change behavior when it counts, new habits must be easily recallable under pressure. Here are three criteria to make behavior changes stick.

February 1st, 2022

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The Neuroscience of 20 Years of Sub Four-Minute Miles

By Joy VerPlanck, D.E.T.

What does the neuroscience of running have in common with being a leader in conflict? A lot more than you think, according to five-time Olympian Nick Willis.

January 26th, 2022

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