We are often asked what are good (i.e. accessible and reliable) sources of information about the practical application of neuroscience. Resources that we frequently find ourselves referring people to include: Great Myths of the Brain by Christian Jarrett Neuroscience for Coaches by Amy Brann Neuroscience News Sharp Brains The Brain from Top to Bottom The […]
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This is a copy of a guest blog we did recently for Strengths Partnership. There is a wide range of evidence that for all of us humans there are a huge range of benefits to be had from adopting a positive outlook and focusing on our strengths. Here are a few things we would all […]
We are delighted to be starting work with Joosr to help them add neuroscience to the already wide range of topics covered by their book summaries. Rather than summarising other books, in this instance we will be creating original content for some of the most pertinent aspects of using neuroscience in the workplace. Joosr summaries are a […]
It would be nice to think that this succinct but informative BBC article would put an end to this question for once and for all but that is probably too much to ask. As it alludes to in the item, as far as the brain is concerned, there is more difference within gender than there is […]
It is obviously true that you ‘notice what you notice’ but neuroscience does seem to be getting more and more prevalent in the mainstream media and many domains of life. For example if you were to ask your search engine of choice about neuroscience stories in the news this month the thousands of results would […]
We recently spoke at a psychology careers day for Sixth Form students where students had presentations from speakers using psychology in a range of different environments such as new driver coaching based on ‘black box’ data, clinical trials management and educational psychology. Our contribution was based on using psychology within the workplace and as part […]
Neuroscience makes it clear that ‘old dogs can learn new tricks’ and we have been exemplifying this recently by creating a lot of digital material for clients, for example we have made a number of contributions to the CIPD Future of Learning hub. Whether we call it ‘e-learning’ or ‘m-learning’ or ‘flipped classroom’ or whatever […]
We have been running a unique one-day workshop for a Legal Services client where the majority of participants are lawyers. We have been using the latest neuroscience and psychology along with proven tools and techniques to allow participants to master the ‘head, heart and hands’ elements of change. The workshop is designed to help participants […]
Short, sweet and accurate! Yap with Dr Yap | Neuroscience & Training – Lynda.com's Britt Andreatta [TEASE] from The Institute on Vimeo.
Given the time of year there should be an abundance of happiness about already but just to add to it here is a link to a radio station focused on providing “Purpose-driven and consciously prepared brain food from the beaches of Malibu, California”. What makes it worth listening to is the conversation between Dr’s Alex Korb […]