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How does a sense of community impact the brain? David Rock, CEO and co-founder of the NeuroLeadership Institute, joins us to talk about leadership and how we can create a greater sense of community in today’s era of hybrid work. We’ll cover return to office, quiet quitting and new skills hybrid leaders need to be successful.
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Listen to: Neuroscience of Community with David Rock (S1:E2)
Neuroscience of Community with David Rock (S1:E2)
Groupiness at Work with Annie Murphy Paul (S1:E3)

Groupiness at Work with Annie Murphy Paul (S1:E3)

We’re busting myths about how the brain works with guest Annie Murphy Paul, author of The Extended Mind. Annie shares her research into how “context sensitive” our brain is and why our environment matters so much when it comes to how we think and work. Plus, she shares how we need to rethink the way we create groupiness at work in the hybrid era.

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A New Vision for the Workplace (S1:E1)

A New Vision for the Workplace (S1:E1)

Welcome to Work Better, the podcast where we think about work and ways to make it better. Host and editor in chief of Work Better magazine, Chris Congdon, introduces our first series where we’ve brought together a diverse group of thinkers to explore the idea of creating workplaces that are more like thriving communities.
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Why We Need Joy at Work

Why We Need Joy at Work

Ingrid Fetell Lee, author of Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness, says it’s a huge misconception that joy and work are separate. She shares her radical theory — that a few simple changes to the work environment can make a dramatic difference in how people feel and perform. Read the transcript.

Hack Your Brain

Hack Your Brain

Dr. Jack Lewis, brain scientist and author, translates neuroscience for everyday people. He spoke with 360’s Serena Borghero in London about powerful tips he’s collected over the course of 20 years to help our brains perform at their best.