Since 1998, when Lisa Rock and I launched a coaching business that would become the NeuroLeadership Institute, we have been passionate about identifying language that helps people be more effective.
In 2008, when we launched NLI formally, we went even bigger. For the last decade, we have been on a mission to develop a new language for leadership, culture, and learning. Today, our work is impacting millions of people in hundreds of the world’s largest companies — 30% of the Fortune 100, to be specific — always with the desire of making workplaces more fundamentally human.
That’s why I’m thrilled to announce the launch of Your Brain at Work, NLI’s official blog for all things neuroleadership. It’s a chance for us to pull together, in one place, the many ideas and insights we have been developing over the years.
We’ve already got some amazing content we think you’ll love. Here’s just a sampling.
- In The Biggest Myth About Growth Mindset, we present a major finding from our recent industry research project in 16 international corporations showing how managers may be unknowingly burning out their employees.
- In The Smartest Teams Embrace the ‘Diversity Paradox’, an excerpt from a Corporate Membership piece reveals the hidden challenge associated with diversifying a workforce.
- Research on power and voice forms the foundation for a thought-provoking piece called What Airline Pilots and Nurses Can Teach Organizations About Decision-Making.
- Leaders who hold regular performance reviews may be sending the wrong signals or making premature decisions, according to Why the Typical Performance Review Is Overwhelmingly Biased.
Click here to check out the rest of our content that showcases research on culture and leadership, performance, diversity and inclusion, and more. The field of neuroleadership is only getting more exciting as the years go by, and we can’t wait to go on the journey with all of you.
Thank you for reading!
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