The Brain Friendly Workplace

Author: Erika Garms
Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 1562869124
Size: 63.67 MB
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Complete with a look inside award-winning organizations, tips on putting the science to work, and an assessment tool, this book will help you measure and improve the level of brain-friendliness in your organization.

Memory And Cognition In Learning

Author: Jonathan Halls
Publisher: Association for Talent Development
ISBN: 1562869558
Size: 38.99 MB
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The Brain-Friendly Workplace is not only a fascinating book, but imperative for
business leaders, if we are to improve employee engagement and happiness.
The mind is our source of joy and sadness—how we harness and shape it will
determine our well-being. ” Vikas Narula Creator and Co-Founder of Keyhubs
Available May 2014 Learn how five big ideas from neuroscience can be adapted
into strategies that create better, brain-friendlier workplaces. Put science to work
with tips ...

Employee Engagement

Author: Emma Bridger
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749472022
Size: 39.43 MB
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In the following piece, Hilary Scarlett (2014), of Hilary Scarlett Associates,
investigates the neuroscience behind the engagement enablers, and shares
some ideas to help improve engagement using this latest thinking to create a
brain-friendly workplace. thought piece – Neuroscience and the engagement
enablers: What helps our brains think and perform at their best? By Hilary Scarlett
Neuroscience helps us to understand what enables our brains to perform at their
best and ...

The Art And Science Of Training

Author: Elaine Biech
Publisher: Association for Talent Development
ISBN: 1607280957
Size: 54.75 MB
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The Brain Friendly Workplace suggests at least four key shifts to consider (Garms
2014): • The definition of the employee contract has changed to be virtually
unrecognizable and nonexistent. • Personal satisfaction is driven by different
factors. • Managerial demographics have shifted to younger and less
experienced. • Increasing performance is almost entirely dependent on employee
motivators. Even though these all relate to onthejob motivation, you should
extract assumptions for ...

Training That Delivers Results

Author: Dick Handshaw
Publisher: AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn
ISBN: 0814434045
Size: 21.23 MB
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... Lisa M.D. Owens, Sue Todd Creating a Mentoring Program Annabelle Reitman
, Sylvia Ramirez Benatti The Brain-Friendly Workplace Erika Garms Teach With
Style Jim Teeters, Lynn Hodges Needs Assessment for Organizational Success
Roger Kaufman, Ingrid Guerra-López Survey Basics Jack J. Phillips, Patricia
Pulliam Phillips, Bruce Aaron About the Author DICK HANDSHAW, president of
Handshaw, Inc., is American Management Association •
Selected Titles ...


Author: Argang Ghadiri
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642301657
Size: 25.20 MB
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Highlight the importance of human basic needs in the workplace for daily
interactions and motivational goals — Give a model that can be applied in the
workplace and a tool for leaders to implement to be able to make the workplace
more brain friendly and hence tap into the full potential of their workers We start
the journey in Chap. 1 by first looking at the definition of neuroleadership and the
development of “neuro” business terms. Here we also take an historical view of
the concept of ...

People With Purpose

Author: Kevin Murray
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749476966
Size: 62.30 MB
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But it also makes the case for engaging managers who make employees feel part
of a team, who explain why employees are important, who live the values of the
organization and respect how employees contribute to the organization's goals.
One of the benefits of neuroscience is that it brings the language of science to
managers who might otherwise think that employee engagement is soft and fluffy
stuff. The challenge for leaders is how to create a brain-friendly workplace – one
in ...

Astd Handbook For Workplace Learning Professionals

Author: Elaine Biech
Publisher: American Society for Training and Development
ISBN: 1562865129
Size: 17.38 MB
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Be a Brain-Friendly Presenter Your participants' brains are your best allies. Too
often, trainers think that there is nothing going on in their participants' heads.
Nothing could be further from the truth. Technically speaking, if nothing is
happening in participants' brains, they are dead. Their brains are alive and
working (even when they are asleep). The issue is what are their brains thinking
about? I appreciate the fear that participants are thinking about everything but
what you want them ...

Autism Equality In The Workplace

Author: Janine Booth
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 1784501972
Size: 58.12 MB
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Autistic educator Nick Walker (2014a) explains that: Neurodiversity is a natural
and valuable form of human diversity...the idea that there is one 'normal' or '
healthy' type of brain or mind, or one 'right' style of neurocognitive functioning, is
a culturally constructed fiction, no more valid...than the idea ... However, it would
be far better for an autistic worker to arrive at an autism-friendly workplace rather
than confronting many distressing factors, 14 AUTISM EQUALITY IN THE