Brain Capacity and Leadership Behavior
If you are interested in the link between brain capacity and leadership behavior, then this article is for you! In today’s highly competitive and volatile business world, executives are expected to be able to accomplish more with less resources, thus resulting in a demand for a capacity to inspire, perform, and innovate that is much … Continue reading Brain Capacity and Leadership Behavior
Brain Age – What’s Yours and Why Does It Matter?
A recent study conducted by the Imperial College in London showed that people who have a brain age that is older than their chronological age had an increased risk of early death, up to almost a decade prior to their chronological peers with normally aging brains. What the researchers also discovered was that those people with a … Continue reading Brain Age – What’s Yours and Why Does It Matter?
9 Brain Aging Sins That Kill Your Performance
Many workplace behaviors that are considered socially acceptable are not only killing our brain cells, but also our capacity for consistent performance and leadership capacity. This article highlights 9 brain-aging behaviors that may be killing your, and your organization’s, performance. Humans have been on this planet for only an evolutionary blink of an eye. Our amazing adaptability … Continue reading 9 Brain Aging Sins That Kill Your Performance
Mental Focus Training: Walking In 4D
Mental Focus Training can be done in many ways from meditation, to exercise, and even computerized brain games. Walking in 4 dimensions is an approach that combines both exercise and meditation to get the most effect in the shortest possible time. Common knowledge in today’s executives is that physical exercise is an excellent tool to combat … Continue reading Mental Focus Training: Walking In 4D
The Art Of Mindful MultiTasking
Our brains naturally gravitate to multitasking in an attempt to make sense of our world and get things done. However, this can come at a cost. In this article, Marcel shares some research and insights into multitasking and how we can apply a simple 3-step process to help us conserve energy and get more done … Continue reading The Art Of Mindful MultiTasking