Do we believe what we see… or do we see what we believe…?
Djalāl ad-Dīn Muḥammad Balkhi once said: "The truth is a mirror fallen from the hand of God and broken. Everyone... read more →16 February 2017
Let’s hope my excess confidence will numb my fear! What if it doesn’t?
This article in Science Daily refers to the subtle dosage of confidence involved in making a good decision; a balance... read more →11 February 2017
Replacing the weight of obsolete processes with collective intelligence
How can we shorten the time between our intention and our action in a complex environment? Today, systems are interconnected... read more →2 February 2017
Generosity, a key success factor?
Although the answer is evidently ‘yes’ when it comes to close personal relationships, what about in the workplace? Is the... read more →25 January 2017
The uncomfortable yet so important power of vulnerability@BreneBrown
Go on then, be perfect…! Try! We will indeed be perfect one day: the day we die. Incapable of doing... read more →19 January 2017
Expertise in behavioral mechanisms applied to negotiation
Each year, the International Negotiation Working Group (INWG) gathers together negotiators from international special forces with experts in the aim... read more →6 January 2017
Understanding the power of motivation @danariely
Stop talking and do as I say! You’ll see, everything will be fine… A TED Talk by Dan Ariely on what... read more →23 December 2016
Critical thinking and social media
Following one of the most tumultuous election cycles in recent memory, many social media outlets are being criticized for helping... read more →19 January 2016