If you suffer from a lack of concentration or trouble focusing here is what you can do

Is the brain a muscle?

With a constant stream of distractions and demands at work, from email , phone calls, colleagues and clients demanding attention it’s understandable why we have trouble focusing and often find ourselves unable to concentrate. Even more importantly is to understand our ability to retain and even improve focus and improve our concentration even in the most […]

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Collective Impact a framework for organisations to deliver social good

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The collective impact approach brings academic theory and working practises to achieve large scale social change.  It has been systematically reviewed by Stanford University. The approach is a fundamentally different, more disciplined, and higher performing approach towards social progress which uses nonprofit, business, and government organizations working together to address social problems. It works through many […]

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The Evolution of ADKAR Change Management Methodology and Transforming Resistance

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ADKAR model

Here is an overview of an incremental organizational change management methodology called ADKAR. This article also includes a look at the types of resistance that can emerge and how to transform them using up-to-date research from social cognitive neuroscience and a contemplative approach (the GRACE model)

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Change Management Presentation

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Presentation covers: The importance of change managementThe crucial importance of understanding the social brainThe social nature of high performance, importance of trust and empathy in relationship to changeUsing mindfulness to build attention to regulate stressful emotions related to changeNeuroleadership’s SCARF modelThe #1 reason change failsRick Maurer’s 3 levels of resistanceOverview of ADKARJohn Kotter’s Dual SystemCollective […]

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The emotional life of your brain

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As Professor Davidson notes in this book “Emotions, far from being the neurological fluff that mainstream science once believed them to be, are central to the functions of the brain and to the life of the mind”. Feeling permeates everything – even to the level of affecting how we see. And if you think emotions […]

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