To lead people we first need to be able to lead ourselves. Leading with the brain in mind helps us bring out the best in ourselves so we can do the same with others. Here are Sue's brain-based productivity and performance tips.
Diversity on boards is good for business—on that we can agree. What's less understood is how to create a culture that supports diverse talent to stay and contribute value. Here are some obstacles organisations and boards need to overcome.
Focusing on strengths is one of the greatest differences you can make to get the best from people and organisations. Sue Langley's recent LinkedIn blog explains why.
Sue Langley's takeaways from this year's annual APA conference, the 11th Industrial and Organisational Psychology Conference in Melbourne. She spoke about the neuroscience of leadership, harnessing creativity at work and creating positive habits.
The demand for diversity on boards is growing. This new white paper by Sue Langley and Sophie Francis highlights the latest research and approaches from neuroscience, emotional intelligence and positive psychology to help boards select and leverage talent for better business performance and more innovative results.
Smart use of emotions can improve our capacity to work well with others, engage with our jobs and lead in the 21st century. Welcome to a world of EQ (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) over IQ.
Emotional intelligence is a buzzword in management circles. Is EI simply a fad, or a necessary competency for effective management? Let's look at the evidence.
Emotions play a far greater role in determining business outcomes than many leaders realise. Those who can use emotions intelligently are better able to engage people and maximise their performance.
Large-scale change often entails significant human costs. When organisations approach change from a positive rather than deficit perspective, they enable people to focus on what is working.
While business owners expend most of their energy on business planning and management, the focus should shift to the psychology of business, says Sue Langley in Smart Company.