Emotional agility and the learning paradox

If our emotional state has such a direct and measurable effect on our performance, this must be factored in to how we teach, learn and perform.

If our emotional state has such a direct and measurable effect on our performance, this must be factored in to how we teach, learn and perform.

Better you, Better me

Many workplaces play people off against each other, creating a culture of what they call ‘healthy competition’ – with rewards for meeting targets, pitting each member of the team against their peers and showcasing the stars who perform best.

Many workplaces play people off against each other, creating a culture of what they call ‘healthy competition’ – with rewards for meeting targets, pitting each member of the team against their peers and showcasing the stars who perform best.