In my blog article, Sleep: the key to being more innovative I reported the importance sleep makes in boosting creativity. Research into the unconscious mind is shedding more light on what 95% of our brain activity is actually for.
Our unconscious mind has long been known to harbour our personality, our beliefs, what we value, our biases while also controlling our bodily functions. Also it is responsible for our habits and creativity. It turns out that sleep is not the only way you can improve your creativity and become more innovative.
Many thanks to Sally for sharing her passion, knowledge and experience with us.
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While New Zealand enjoys a high ranking internationally on such matters we tend to take it for granted and trade on our good reputation. As a result, insufficient consideration is made in the board room when our supply chains involve other countries.
Have you been frustrated in not being able to make the changes you wanted in your organisation? Or perhaps you finally made the change after a few false starts. It could be that you had the wrong people involved in leading the change.
Not everyone thinks and acts in the same manner when change is upon them. We need to understand the six types of behaviours and apply this knowledge when selecting members of teams who are involved in making changes.
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