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10 Benefits of a people first culture

    In today’s fast-paced and highly competitive and ever-changing business environment, many organisations are rethinking their approach to workplace culture. One of the most popular is the adoption of a people first culture. This type of workplace culture prioritises the needs, interests, and well-being of employees above all else, and it is gaining popularity

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Supporting neurodivergence using neuroscience

Supporting neurodivergence using neuroscience

Gemma Honour (Bryter Work Director of Coaching) and Myron Parks (Agile Coach and Enterprise Strategic Agilist) hosted a fantastic webinar with us, titled Playing with Neuroscience: Workshops for Everyone. In this webinar, they explored supporting neurodivergence by using neuroscience. Don’t worry if you missed the webinar, you can watch it on demand right here! Firstly,

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Shane Hastie & Simon Powers discuss why people matter most in organisational change

It’s no secret that organisational change is hard. But why? That’s the question Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, sought to answer in his recent InfoQ Culture Podcast where he interviewed our CEO and Founder, Simon Powers. In this podcast, Simon speaks about his new book Change: A Practitioner’s Guide to Enterprise Agile

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Journalling the Enterprise Agile Coach Expert cohort experience

While taking part in the Adventures with Agile Enterprise Agile Coach Expert (ICE-EC) Cohort Program Dan Moody has been keeping a journal. He discussed with our CEO and Founder, Simon Powers, the idea of publishing some of this journal, and Simon thought it was a fantastic idea. Not only is Dan’s journal refreshingly honest, it is also

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How can we create inclusive workshops?

In our online meet up (postponed), inspirational facilitators Gemma Honour and Myron Parks explored how to create inclusive workshops using neuroscience. Gemma is a Visual Facilitator,  Agile Coach and Visual Thinker. Myron is an Agile Coach, Enterprise Strategic Agilist and US Navy Veteran. Together they are passionate about the neuroscience of engagement and creating fun, interactive, and inclusive communication experiences.

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Playing with Neuroscience – Understanding ADHD

by Gemma Honour & Myron Parks Presenting ‘Unmasked’ Myself and Myron Parks collaborated for the first time this month for the AWA’s Innovation and Leadership Mastery programme. We co-lead a workshop that helps organisations develop better workspaces and workshops for neurodiversity.  The workshop was described as everything from uncomfortable to transformational. In part, this was

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