Over time, one communication technique that I found extremely useful, especially for difficult conversations, is the Non-Violent Communication framework by M. Rosenberg, PhD.
Psychological Needs are born-with attention and motivational desires that must be met in an individual if they are to be functioning effectively and productively. When our needs are met we are more productive and have more joy.
Cognitive performance evolves with stress levels and there is a relationship between performance and alertness/or stress levels.
There is one simple mindfulness exercise that really helps us become grounded and present, pulling us from anxious worry or ruminating thoughts. In this article I present the technique and the neuroscience behind it.
Yesterday I was looking at some worrying statistics about stress in Great Britain, where, as almost everywhere in the world, the work-related stress, depression or anxiety numbers recorded.
On the other hand, I could not think: how many organisations invest in increasing resilience and implementing stress prevention strategies?
This is why today I want to share with you the BMR Framework for Resilience.
You know by now that I am passionate about Neuroscience. Well, one of the basic concepts for one to grasp, at the beginning of their neuroscience journey, is the idea of the triune brain and the Rider and Elephant Metaphor.
Some of the other tools I have used in the past are: Myers-Briggs (MBTI), DiSC, Insights, Belbin and Tetramap. And, yet, out of all of them, Process Communication Model (PCM) really stood out and remained with me for years after being trained in it.
I am really happy to share with you the recently published results of a comprehensive new study by Kahler Communications Germany, which demonstrates the positive impact of Process Communication Model trainings.
In this article I look at what we, as individuals, can do to “charge our batteries” and continue to be well and efficient as employees, parents, partners… humans.
How can we take care our ourselves first, so that we can extend our support to the others around us?
Today we look at Phase Imaginer and Promoter.
There is a famous Buddhist joke saying that if you have time to meditate, meditate 30 min per day, but if you do not have time, meditate 1h per day.
We will see here that there is actually some truth in that joke.