Coming out of COVID-19 we get to create a new way to live and work.
Why sleep is good for your brain and how to sleep better.
Exercise boosts brain chemistry, improves memory and cognitive performance.
We can nourish our brain in many ways to increase our ability to thrive in difficult times.
There are many benefits to connecting, and many ways to do so despite physical distancing.
In the weeks and months ahead a new reality of how we live and work will emerge. How do we thrive through this change? Follow our series where will share simple, scientifically proven ways to build our capacity to grow from our experience.
Being resilient requires positivity, helping us reinvent ourselves, our work, and our world.
In recent posts we’ve explored the five stages of change and ways to support others. Moving through denial, anger, bargaining, depression and finally to acceptance.
If you would like us to post on a particular topic, relevant to leading, and thriving, through this global crisis from a neuroleadership perspective, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Kubler-Ross’ long-established change curve can be a useful way to explain and...