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Do people not change because they are lazy? This video from Fast Company looks at fascinating psychology research into exhaustion and self-control – and the neuroscience that makes change so difficult. Old patterns take far less energy to follow than new ones!
People are scared that artificial intelligence and automation will take over much of what humans do today. And while this fear is legitimate, humans have a unique ability to get insight and inspiration from themselves and others, and that will never be taken over by AI. This video has been produced by Six Seconds.
Josh Freedman and Max Ghini discuss how most organizations seem to operating and organizing themselves based on a rulebook from the 1950s. Is a new rulebook necessary to succeed in today’s world?
Katharine Roff, Director of ACT Positive UK – talks about how essential it is to be agile and creative instead of rigid in today’s business world.
Research says 70% of change efforts end in failure. How can your business stay in the 30%? Hint: we focus too much on the cognitive reasons to bring people on board. This short video describes a different approach to change.
This short video talks about the work of the New Vision for Education Project. Many of us recognize the need to refocus on the foundational, social and emotional skills that underlie success in the classroom and in life, and New Vision for Education takes a look at the role technology will play in that transformation.
In this short video, Josh Freedman discusses the reaction cycle and ways for everyone to deescalate. An empowering reminder that we can take control and be less reactive by practicing awareness of where we are in the cycle. Are you carrying around pent up frustrations?