New World of Work

New World of Work

Over the past 18 months, we’ve drastically changed our ways of working, so much so, that many of us are reluctant to give up our pandemic routines and go back to the office.  What role does routine play in daily effectiveness? And how do we help employees shift to new...
New World of Work

New World of Work

In the wake of an anticipated ‘great resignation’, this blog series explores ‘back to work’ implications from a neuro perspective. As we transition from ‘mandatory work from home’ mode, organizations are having to rethink ways to attract and retain top talent.  One...
New World of Work

New World of Work

This blog series explores ‘back to work’ implications from a neuro perspective. As post-pandemic brains collectively transition out of ‘mandatory work from home’ mode, companies are having to rethink remuneration in order to attract and retain top talent. As the...
New World of Work

New World of Work

Our brain is changing all the time, thanks to neuroplasticity. Experiences, feelings, and attention continuously reshape our brain’s wiring. No surprise then, that our brain, and our thinking has also changed as a result of working and living differently through the...
Hardwiring Hope

Hardwiring Hope

To hope, by definition, is ‘ to want something to happen or to be true, and usually have a good reason to think that it might’ * There seems to be a growing global feeling of hope as vaccination programs commence in some countries. Many see this as ‘the light at the...
Building Belonging

Building Belonging

Our brain is wired for belonging, and we crave it like food and water.  Research shows we are strongly motivated to remain connected and in good standing with our social group. But what happens when we are forced apart and aren’t physically able to interact? The pain...