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Democratising Leadership and Neuroscience
Democratising Leadership and Neuroscience

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Watch the OFFICIAL TRAILER of #MakeMeALeader, a documentary-style movie that explores the importance of leadership in our personal and professional lives and what it takes to develop the human behind the leader. Produced by us :)

Premiering mid 2018:
www.makemealeadermovie.com
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Innovation cannot occur in any field without curiosity, and without innovation your company might as well close its doors now. But being curious about things represents nothing less than a rejection of whatever inadequate explanation existed before, and a search for a better one. By its very nature, curiosity demonstrates independence of mind.
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According to this experiment, when you hear real laughter and when you hear posed laughter, brains respond completely differently, significantly differently!
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Do you feel like your 'A-game' is always ready? Or do you feel overwhelmed and underprepared? Mental readiness is about preparing your mind for any situation, at work or in your personal life.
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Small changes, like smiling and talking to people around you in the office and the lift, can have profound impacts.

Read Article: http://bit.ly/2ztyUbY
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Australia said #YES 🏳️‍🌈

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#LoveIsLove #MarriageEquaility #voteyes #auspol #WeGotThis
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It is critical to understand how engaged your employees are because high engagement can prevent anxiety and depression.

Read More: http://bit.ly/2jnqv60
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For several years now, companies have invested heavily in ‘annual engagement surveys’ for their staff members. This has been the ‘make it or break it’ moment for many managers. The unspoken question remains, however. Is this measure enough for people to develop their collaboration skills, and inspire others to do the same?
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