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Giving The Gift Of Time To Increase Your Influence

January 24, 2019
Everyone is busy, but taking the time to stop and give someone undivided attention increases influence and agility.
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VUCA In The Public Sector & The i4 Neuroleader Model

January 22, 2019
In a volatile, uncertain world, true leadership advances with a personal understanding of the importance of the brain, gut and heart.
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4 Ways To Stimulate Your Curiosity

January 15, 2019
Leaders should value curiosity and foster an environment conducive to creative ideas and new thoughts.
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Money Magazine: When You Experience 3000% Inflation, Panic Strikes!

January 11, 2019
Our Founder & CEO, Silvia Damiano is interviewed by Money Magazine.
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Give Yourself Permission To Say “I Don’t Know”

January 08, 2019
Even leaders can say “I don’t know” sometimes. No one can be an expert on everything and people shouldn’t assume that leaders know it all.
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Happiness: A Fountain Of Rejuvenation For The Brain

January 01, 2019
Damage to brain cells caused by disorders such as depression can be repaired by serotonin or the “happiness” neurotransmitter.
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My Business: Female Entrepreneurship Fund ‘Money Well Spent’

December 21, 2018
According to scientist and founder of the About My Brain Institute Silvia Damiano, there is an unconscious bias against women in leadership positions because of subtle differences in the way our brains operate.
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Changing The HR Stereotype In The Imagination Age

December 18, 2018
Old stereotypes of HR are no longer relevant in the Imagination Age. HR professionals should be good communicators that are consultative and creative.
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Paying It Forward For A Happier You

December 11, 2018
Showing generosity usually makes people feel good about themselves, but research shows that being generous may also decrease anxiety.
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The Today Show: Do Women Apologise Too Much?

December 10, 2018
Our Founder & CEO, Silvia Damiano explores why women say sorry more than men in The Today Show. Watch now!
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