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  • How engaged are your employees?

    New research has found that only 16 per cent of employees feel completely informed about their employer’s corporate mission and only 22 per cent feel completely informed about the values of the organisation they work for.
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    How to promote a healthy gut-brain connection

    Over the past decade, the knowledge of the gut-brain connection has grown at an exponential rate. The more we learn, the more we understand the connection between what we eat and its effect on what we think and our clarity of mind and vice versa.
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    Avoiding loneliness in the digital age

    Loneliness is a growing problem in our modern world, despite the prevalence of digital technologies that allow us to stay in regular contact.
  • 10 pieces of wisdom from Bruce Lee

    Bruce Lee is best known for his on-screen skills as a Kung-Fu hero. But throughout his life he was a fastidious keeper of journals that reveal a passion for mental and spiritual development.
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    How Trump's election impacted the human psyche

    OK, so for the majority of Americans the 2016 presidential election result was, to say the least, distressing. The good news — yes, there is some — is that the result gave rise to a very important study that deserves our attention. It looks at some of the fundamentals of the neurobiology of resilience.
  • Working in a dimly-lit office makes us 30% dumber

    Spending too much time in dimly lit rooms and offices may actually change the brain's structure and hurt one's ability to remember and learn, according to groundbreaking research by a team of neuroscientists.
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    Instant ways to boost your memory

    Memory problems are commonly thought of as a problem relating to older age. The somewhat depressing news published in the British Medical Journal in 2012 however revealed cognitive decline starts in our 40s and 50s, indicating it's never too early to be putting in place ways to help preserve cognitive function.
  • A Scout's guide to being a change leader

    In a world that is increasingly complex and complicated, the daily struggle with the volume and velocity of change can be wearying. But rather than letting this lead to frustration, overwhelm or just plain exhaustion, leading change starts with what every Scout knows counts, to be prepared. 

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