In this first episode of Workplace Thinking, innovation consultant, lawyer, broadcaster, and comedian, James O’Loghlin, talks about innovation and how organisations can be more innovative. NeuroCapability founder and CEO, Linda Ray, looks at the interview – and the topic of innovation – through a neuroscience lens. Plus a neuroscience take on the news, some new research on social safety, and a controversial book that is “compelling, but wrong”.
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The number one reason people undertake the Advanced Diploma of Neuroscience of Leadership is to learn new tools and techniques to help them be more effective in their work lives. Being more effective and influential in their personal and family life just comes as a bonus. The course is designed to deliver practical tools you can use straight away and embed that learning so it becomes a part of your DNA. If you want to supercharge your productivity, decision-making, and ability to motivate your team, the next Advanced Diploma starts in May 2021. Click on the button below to download information on the next course.
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