Brain science can help organizations advance diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and facilitate meaningful conversations that drive change.
More than a year after being hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone has been dealt a shock to the system in all aspects of their lives. The effects cascaded into work as people did their best to juggle their personal and professional lives under one roof.
Trivie, an adaptive learning platform that helps companies better engage their workforce in knowledge retention and communication, has closed a $5 million Series A investment round led by Cottonwood Venture Partners (“CVP”).
Workplaces are experiencing unprecedented change and a heightened level of stress and anxiety. In lieu of these changes, how can brain science inform leadership development?
you have to make adjustments to the way you use your brain in order to work smarter – not harder. So, how do you optimize your brain to learn and adapt at the speed of change?
In learning and development (L&D), trends could be indicators of the future or a passing fad; brain science can help determine which ones are here to stay.
Neuroscience brings to light what enables us to focus, to learn and to perform at our best, especially during times of change and uncertainty. Teaching people about their brains and how to get the best out of them is essential for 21st-century success.