Our largely unconscious beliefs, values and motivations drive behavior. Understanding the mind-brain connection and learning how to grow mindsets is the new frontier in leadership development.
Our brain is wired to love similarity, stability, security and a bit of novelty.
Our world is full of volatile, uncertain, complex & ambiguous (VUCA) problems.
No wonder burnout is on the rise, engagement continues to decline and more than 70% of change initiatives fail. Watch our video to learn more about your brain and mind and how the neuroscience based SyncUp4 model can help you close the mindset gap.
We teach forward looking organizations and groups to grow mindsets. We give you the tools to sync up your leadership mindset and culture for optimal performance.
Our mindsets must be large enough to meet the demands of a complex world. Is there a gap between your leadership mindsets and the results that you hope to inspire? Learn more about how neuroscience discoveries have helped us write a new operating manual for leadership effectiveness and collaborative power.
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Most of us spend the majority of our waking hours at work. Some neuroscientists have referred to organizations as social prisons for the brain. Take a few minutes to answer questions that provide a candid peek into the factors that influence mindset growth in your organization.
“The program helped me realize that my nonprofit organization’s growth, which was the key to reach self-sufficiency, had more to do with my own growth as an individual and as an effective whole-person leader than any of the external factors we faced. The process of their program allowed me to explore my own leadership strengths and weaknesses, the latter being things I was reluctant to do or wasn’t doing to the fullest. As a result of my own accelerated growth, the organization sprang ahead at its fastest rate in 17 years.”
Workplace stress is costly. It can also be deadly. It is particularly hazardous for women who often have the additional stress of juggling their work life sandwiched between duties of parenting and caring for elderly parents. While optimal levels of stress motivate us to perform at our best, too much stress has negative consequences on
Beyond the financial reward for Disney/Pixar and the entertainment value for families the hit movie “Inside Out” offers serious mind-brain leadership lessons for entrepreneurs who have the courage and heart to listen to all of their emotions. Through the magic of Pixar animation we enter the “Inside Out” world of 11-year-old Riley as she learns