Category Archives: Neuro-Science

Research from the field of neuro-science that directly impacts work and life enrichment

3 Ways to be Optimistic Without Ignoring the Facts

When did optimism get such a negative reputation? All of a sudden, it seems if you mention anything about being optimistic, people say you are looking through rose-colored glasses, you are impractical, and you live in a dream world. But … Continue reading

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Gotta Dance! 3 Tips to Bring Joy and Engagement to the Workplace

Those of you who know us know one of our passions is ballroom dancing—so it makes sense we would use dance as  metaphor to help leaders strengthen their ability to engage employees and bring joy to the workplace. In one … Continue reading

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From Bitter to Better: How to Let Go of the Past and Be a Better Leader

This developmental activity is a must for every leader! Reflect on your past and choose  two to three rocky interpersonal relationships — preferably related to work (i.e., relationship with a boss or co-worker, a stolen idea, a failed project, a … Continue reading

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Happy Employees Are Productive Employees

Conventional wisdom tells us that if we work hard, find the right job, achieve a high enough income, fill the perfect home with plenty of things, and lose those ten extra pounds we will be happy. Well, here’s the thing. … Continue reading

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