If you’re beginning to notice that online meetings, sessions and catch ups are exhausting, you’re not alone. That feeling of tiredness, depletion and overwhelm is down to increased cognitive load. Video call exhaustion is a phenomenon that has been well documented during the recent lockdown. We take a look at What causes Zoom fatigue & how to overcome it
The concept of periodisation has long been used to plan and optimise the performance of elite athletes. These performance psychology principles can be used to sustain high performance, building workplace resilience and wellbeing. Here’s how to borrow work periodisation performance hacks from sports psychology.
What if there was a way of working that actively enabled flow and deep focus? One that takes in international time zones, encouraging cognitive diversity and time zone equality? Could asynchronous communication be the key to sustainable high performance? We examine the link between asynchronous communication & leadership performance.
Not only is it a new year, it’s also a new decade. We’re not going to throw a whole load of platitudes at you about new beginnings and becoming a better version of yourself. Whilst 60% of us will make resolutions, only 1 in 8 will succeed. New year is a time for reflection and…
When things go wrong, successful leaders don’t look for someone to blame. They recognise that failure is essential for innovation. Effective leaders don’t waste time beating themselves up when things don’t go as planned. They do things differently by fostering a culture of psychological safety, creating a platform for sustainable performance to flourish.
It may only consist three small letters but ‘Yet’ is one mighty word. When it comes to developing a growth mindset the power of yet is phenomenal. We take a look at the super power properties of ‘Yet.’
If you’ve ever tried to make or break a habit you’ll know that it’s less than easy. The key? Understanding the science of habits. Once you’ve cracked the habit code, you can begin to manipulate it to create the kind of habits that you can be proud of. Welcome to the habit loop.
We all want to be liked. What’s wrong with that? When ‘Sorry’ is your favourite word and you find yourself constantly apologising for the misdemeanours of others, it’s time to revisit ‘nice.’ Here’s why being too nice is bad for you.
I’ll admit it, I’m as nosy as the next person. Despite my claims to be on Facebook for ‘business’ part of my reason for joining it in the first place was a healthy dose of FOMO. Then came ‘Fake news” closely followed by the Cambridge Analytica scandal, then, data breaches and most damningly, genocide of…