We all want a bigger, better brain, right?
In recent years, everything from harmless (but mostly ineffective) brain-training apps to fanciful “real-time dream recording” have become available to help us to achieve that goal.
But there have been genuine developments in neuroscience that have enabled scientists to track physical changes in our brains, and their causes, ever more accurately. Some of this new research can be applied in the workplace, and it may help you to perform better, to lower your stress levels, to learn faster, and to feel healthier.
In this article, we review some of the latest evidence-based research and explore five practical ways in which you can apply it to increase your effectiveness and well-being at work….