The Neurology of Conflict

The Neurology of Conflict

– Marcia Hughes & James Terrell What happens to our brains when we “lose it?” The new field of social neuroscience is discovering intriguing answers. We now know we learn in part because of mirror neurons and that spindle cells build intuition and contribute to those instant judgments now referred to as thin slicing. How …

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Wellbeing and Self-Expression

– Marcia Hughes and James Terrell Note: This is the second in a series of articles that explores the connections between the EQi 2.0 and wellbeing. Each article focuses on one of the 5 EQi composite areas or the Wellbeing Indicator, which includes the vital skill of happiness. Self-Expression includes three core skills according to …

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Leading Organizational Change in a Divided World

If you want to make peace with your enemy, you have to work with your enemy. Then he becomes your partner. Nelson Mandela Effective leadership across an organization is the key differentiator to maintaining competitive advantage and organizational performance. Creating organization culture that supports ease in communication, dealing with conflict, collaboration and mutual respect establishes …

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