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.
There are many simple and free ways to make workplaces happier and, as a result, more productive. Sue Langley shares top tips for nurturing happy employees in this Sydney Morning Herald article.
Resilience is the capacity to withstand and adapt to the challenges life throws us. Here are four steps you can practice to bolster resilience and growth through difficult situations.
Martin Seligman defines optimism as "a tendency to expect the best possible outcome or dwell on the most hopeful aspects of a situation.” Here are some optimistic thinking strategies.
You might not always be happy. You can nearly always draw on the power of curiosity to be more aware, engaged, vital and fulfilled by the complexity of life.
Practicing daily acts of kindness gives life meaning and makes giver and receiver happier. So how can we cultivate kindness, in ourselves and people around us every day?
Emotional intelligence can be reliably measured and improved. With a raft of EI tools available, how do you choose the right one for the situation, individual and business?
People often assume emotional intelligence is something you are born with. In fact it can be learned and developed over time. Start building your EI and being more strategic about emotions with this practical reflective guide.
What are the best strategies for managing our emotions? How do we avoid reactive outbursts and manage our emotions effectively in the moment? The key is to have a toolkit of strategies to draw on.