Energy Management Habit 3: Building Positive Relationships in a Virtual World

Why do we feel exhausted after a day of online meetings? And what effect does that have on our relationships? Learn more about working in the virtual world.

How to build Psychological Safety within Your Team

The highest-performing teams have one thing in common: psychological safety. But what exactly is it? According to Harvard Business School professor Amy Edmondson, who coined the term: “Psychological safety is a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for...

Whole Brain® Thinking in a Digital World

This guest post is a contribution from Herrmann International Asia partner, Prasad Deshpande, CEO of Empowered Learning LLP. “Preserving the status quo is not a business strategy.” Shantanu Narayen - CEO Adobe. Digital Masters Disruption caused by technology has been...

Creativity, Learning and the Specialised Brain

This article is adapted from Ned Herrmann’s original paper: Creativity, Learning and the Specialised Brain In the Context of Education for Gifted and Talented Children* I would like to acquaint you with my specialised language, which is the new language of brain...
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How to build Psychological Safety within Your Team

How to build Psychological Safety within Your Team

The highest-performing teams have one thing in common: psychological safety. But what exactly is it? According to Harvard Business School professor Amy Edmondson, who coined the term: “Psychological safety is a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for...

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Whole Brain® Thinking in a Digital World

Whole Brain® Thinking in a Digital World

This guest post is a contribution from Herrmann International Asia partner, Prasad Deshpande, CEO of Empowered Learning LLP. “Preserving the status quo is not a business strategy.” Shantanu Narayen - CEO Adobe. Digital Masters Disruption caused by technology has been...

read more
Creativity, Learning and the Specialised Brain

Creativity, Learning and the Specialised Brain

This article is adapted from Ned Herrmann’s original paper: Creativity, Learning and the Specialised Brain In the Context of Education for Gifted and Talented Children* I would like to acquaint you with my specialised language, which is the new language of brain...

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Gender equity, diversity and thinking preferences

Gender equity, diversity and thinking preferences

Simply hiring more women doesn’t solve the issue of gender equity in the workplace. Diversity without inclusion leads to burnout, turnover, a lack of parity and other challenges like those we’re seeing at an even more intensified level as a result of the pandemic....

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How to thrive in a COVID-normal landscape

How to thrive in a COVID-normal landscape

As tough as the past 12 months have been for many of us across the globe, we can take some solace in the fact that there will be better days ahead. 2020 will long remind us of devastating job losses and business closures. Moving forward, it should be no surprise that...

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Entrepreneurial Thinking and Teaching with Your Whole Brain®

Entrepreneurial Thinking and Teaching with Your Whole Brain®

This article is a guest post from Ashley Blackburn, Director of Programs at Uncharted Learning. Do you know what your brain “looks” like? I didn’t, until about 3 months ago when I completed a Whole Brain® Thinking assessment (called the HBDI®) and participated in a...

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What Does a CEO Brain Profile Look Like?

What Does a CEO Brain Profile Look Like?

CEOs and key leaders need to be more agile than ever in today’s onslaught of change. This requires a stretch for many leaders. Our data on CEOs shows that they are uniquely positioned to be able to flex between competing demands for their thinking and decision making....

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High-Performing Teams and Thought Diversity

High-Performing Teams and Thought Diversity

Few people enjoy conflict. Most of the time, people actually try to avoid it. This is especially true when working in a team. It’s smoother when everyone gets along and goes along. When everyone is coming at an issue from the same angle, it’s much easier to sidestep...

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