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Building a culture of diversity: Is unconscious bias hindering diversity in your workplace?

Our workplaces and cultures are full of subtle and not-so-subtle biases. Bias about gender, race, nationality, culture, educational background, politics, sexuality, body-type and age influence our ...
By Sue Langley | 10 June 2015
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Participant review: i4 Neuroleader Certification

i4 Neuroleader Certification is a course that equips coaches, consultants and leaders with the tools to discover the core 'brain and body' abilities that impact leadership effectiveness, ...
By Langley Group | 9 May 2015
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Science Channel Airing Hack My Brain

If you're interested in neuroscience and the brain's potential, don't miss HACK MY BRAIN on the Science Channel this week! This three-hour special takes brain training to a whole new level. Produced ...
By Sue Langley | 5 September 2014
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The neuroscience of change in organisations: Takeouts from the HR Summit 2014

Many organisations are engaging in wide-scale change initiatives, and have been for several years. I joined HR leaders at the Asia-Pacific HR Summit on 4th-6th March 2014, where organisational ...
By Sue Langley | 6 May 2014
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Sue Langley In Hit ABC TV Series: Redesign My Brain

Sue Langley was the emotional intelligence expert in the hit ABC TV series Redesign My Brain, produced by Mindful Media. Australian television personality Todd Sampson put brain training to the test ...
By Langley Group | 1 October 2013
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The neuroscience of change: Why it's difficult and what makes it easier

Why do people find it so hard to change when they know it’s good for them? Even when faced with a life-threatening situation, people tend to resist change despite knowing the repercussions. Studies ...
By Sue Langley | 23 May 2012
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