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Special Guest: Hilary Scarlett – speaker, consultant, author and Director of Scarlett & Grey Work has changed hugely but our brains have not: our brains think they are still out on the savannah. And there’s the challenge. We are trying to get the best out of brains that are not designed to work in the […]

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This Interim Report presents the current status of a research programme exploring the links between employee engagement and work-related well-being. The study, which is being conducted in partnership with the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, draws on many years of research into both topics as well as recent advances in the field of neuroscience. It […]

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Getting employee engagement right is not just an art; it’s also a science. When dealing with the complexities of human nature, we can’t underestimate the importance of the nuanced workings of our brain. Countless research studies, models and frameworks have emphasized that. With so much at stake, leaders would be well-served to utilize every tool […]

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Special Guest: Hilary Scarlett of Scarlett Associates Still trying to persuade senior colleagues that employee engagement can make a real impact on performance and productivity? Neuroscience helps us understand what enables our brains to perform at their best and provides a scientific lens through which to see engagement. It is proving very persuasive with even […]

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