‘Making better relationships in business count’
More than ever before better relationships in business are proven to improve success
Reduce attrition, affective hybrid working, embracing diversity, resilience in the face of economic challenges have all been achieved by applying neuroscience in the way we work with each other.
After 25 years in the field, Dr Lynda Shaw is now leading Brain & Behaviour Ltd to work with organisations and accelerate their effective behaviours that lead to business success.
The route to this success is to start with the relationship you have with yourself, extending this to your colleagues around the board table who, in turn, engender better relationships with their managers, helping engagement with the wider staff, with the ultimate improvement of experiences for customers, suppliers and the community at large.
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Neuroscience holds the key to better relationships
Once one gets it, others will get it too. The impact on work and indeed life can be profound. Banish toxicity, create empathy, motivate everyone, revitalise your genius and most of all develop a culture of relationships and collaborative behaviour.
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