A sophisticated look at how 10 mindful minutes can boost performance, health and happiness
5 ways women can advocate for themselves at critical points in their careers
Warwick’s Nick Chater offers valuable insights from behavioural science
Competitive incivility may motivate performance but it causes rivalry and unethical behaviour
The danger of letting Dark Knights police the organization’s culture
Being politically savvy is an essential business skill
Overcoming the Barriers that Prevent Women Excelling in Negotiation
Why the best way to facilitate learning is to interrupt forgetting and boost memory retrieval
How teams can tap value lurking outside their awareness
Insights from the neuroscience of our hunter-gatherer forebears that are both refreshingly simple and often overlooked
Politics is a dirty word. But day-to-day office politics is a part on business life
How do 86 billion brain cells organize themselves to make decisions?
There are practical consequences due to functional differences
Neuroscience reveals the influence of positive emotions behaviour at work
How psychological, interpersonal and economic factors lead people to act unethically
Applying EI in an area where perhaps we would least expect it
Focus clearly to make more effective contributions
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Anti-suicide research which is widely applicable outside the military
A female answer to the old boy's network
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Henry V and the challenge of executive behaviour change
Steve J Martin, managing director of Influence At Work UK, explores the opportunity for businesses to profit from the science of persuasion to cope with these uncertain times.
Avoiding the biases that influence how we process information and make decisions.
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