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...
Thriving Through Change: FOCUS

Thriving Through Change: FOCUS

The pandemic is over. No—not just yet. However, in the weeks and months ahead a new reality of how we live and work will emerge. How do we thrive through this change? This series of five blogs will share simple, scientifically proven ways to build our capacity to grow...
COVID-19:  Hope & Possibility

COVID-19: Hope & Possibility

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. What can we expect once we’re able to accept our new reality? Acceptance of recent events can leave us...
COVID-19:  Acceptance

COVID-19: 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 admin@noesislearning.com. Kubler-Ross’ long-established change curve can be a useful way to explain and...
The Importance of Fairness

The Importance of Fairness

Playing fair isn’t just for kids, it’s a significant non-conscious driver of our daily behavior and experiences. Our social brain is always monitoring the fairness of our daily interactions. Scientists have found that when we feel something is unfair, it triggers the...