ESG requires leaders to be visionary, ask questions, have empathy and be a conceptual thinker.
Help employees change their routine to hybrid work by giving peoples brains what they need
Companies are drawing on social neuroscience to humanize their workplace and create psychological safety and connection on their virtual teams.
Employees value certain social experiences more than money or pay
Employees want more choice, control and flexiblity over how, why, when and where they work.
Healthy team dynamics and choice and control over time spent working can help employees avoid burnout when working from home.
Regular exercise improves cognition, mood, memory and focus.
Courage is a choice rather than a reaction, and we can learn how to have more courage
Empathy and empowerment are two key leadership behaviors for employee innovation and resilience.