An excerpt from Tara Swart’s The Source explains how the brain’s ability to adapt can allow for better decision-making for social good.
Leaders need to shift their focus away from beliefs, and instead toward behaviors. Ultimately, behaviors drive much of what we experience…
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Insights from neuroscience.
These researchers ultimately found a background activity in the brain that, oddly enough, is much more active when people are sitting quie..
Separate ideation and assessment.
In all cases, sending SCARF® rewards goes a long way toward employees feeling valued, engaged, and inspired to commit to their work.
Humans make thousands of decisions every day. However, our brains don’t give each decision equal attention — we take mental shortcuts.
Choosing and developing the right ones for each environment.