Our brains have unlimited learning potential. People that learn and perform in ways that suit their unique neurological design can achieve their true potential. Increasing our level of neuro-agility – our brain fitness – means we learn quicker and perform better. Studies have shown that at the time of crisis, cardiovascular exercise gives the brain a protective advantage by decreasing its vulnerability to vascular insults and protecting the blood brain barrier from oxidative stress
As Peter F. Drucker said, “We now accept the fact that learning is a lifelong process of keeping abreast of change. And the most pressing task is to teach people how to learn.” In the knowledge economy, where people are being paid to think, and with constant change, there is more pressure than ever to improve how we learn. Perhaps these findings about the brain can start to pull back the curtain on a new world of productivity improvement: in our ability to bring about positive, lasting change in ourselves, in our families, in our workplaces, and in society itself.
Reset yourself and your leadership by adopting some brain-based strategies.
The Neuroscience of Leadership – Glenn Taylor, Engine Room Director
Energy + Mindset Workshop the power of In-House Training + Why taking The Push-up Challenge was important for the team – Ian Laws, Joest Australia
Why Nick started The Push-Up Challenge – Nick Hudgson, Founder of The Push-Up Challenge + How Your Team Can Be Involved.
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