According to noted neurologist Antonio R. Damasio, joy or sorrow can emerge only after the brain registers physical changes in the body
The neuroscientist Antonio Damasio explains how minds emerge from emotions and feelings.
Ever just needed a day? To catch up on sleep, read a book, do laundry, not respond to a thousand emails? You probably have but you called in sick instead of telling your boss you were taking what…Sourced through Scoop.it from: journal.thriveglobal.com
Better sleep and less stress can improve your performance. The Thrive Global founder shares some tools that could help.Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.mckinsey.com
Mindfulness is the new corporate buzzword, trending on Twitter and pretty much everywhere else. If meditation has been on that (ever-growing) list of things you’ll get to when you’re on vacation or things “finally quiet down,” you’ve come to the right place. As one of the first 30 certified teachers of the Search Inside Yourself [...]
You may have heard that if you want to thrive at work and in life you should focus on your strengths, your innate talents, what comes to you naturally. But you may be thinking this can’t be true, seems too easy and probably is an excuse used by those who don’t want to do the [...]
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Social and emotional skills are critical for leadership. The best leaders are able to be both task focused and people focused. They get things done while connecting with others and building strong relationships. “Many companies have long overlooked the importance of social skills in leadership, often to great detriment. Simply put, without robust social skills [...]
You’ve read a book on emotional intelligence or you’ve attended a workshop and you liked it. You realize that these competencies and skills can help you move forward in your career, be a more effective leader, make better decisions and develop stronger interpersonal relationships. So what’s next? What is the best way to learn and [...]
Dr. Siegel has a unique ability to make complicated scientific concepts exciting and easy to understand and here he is explaining that “flip”. Dr. Siegel is currently clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine where he is on the faculty of the Center for Culture, Brain, and Development and the founding co-director [...]