Category: Thought Leadership

emotions

Should you express emotions at work?

By Jai Thade, Head of Content

 

Completely getting rid of negative thoughts & feelings is almost impossible. This is because we’ve evolved a brain over millions of years whose primary purpose is threat detection. Living in a hostile and unpredictable

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impostor-syndrome

Dealing with Impostor Syndrome

By Manasi Bharati, Psychology Consultant

 

I was once at a national event attended by high-ranking, stalwart police officials where I was supposed to present a report I had worked on endlessly for months. Given that I was an external consultant,

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behavioural-change

Measuring behavioural change – a tough nut to crack?

By Caitlin Bethell, Head of Psychology

 

Changing behaviours is hard and even though it’s not impossible, it needs time, effort and consistency from every individual. What’s even more difficult is to track and measure it. Especially, when we think about

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At workplaces, humour is serious business

By Jai Thade, Head of Content

 

It’s been a really serious and sobering year-and-a-half for all of us collectively. The pandemic and its resultant economic turmoil, socio-political strife, and the constant doom-and-gloom of the media have (understandably) wiped the smiles

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The role of behavioural science in driving inclusion

By Saloni Bhatia, Psychology Researcher

 

Organisations are gradually but surely recognising the value of applying behavioural science to drive D&I.

Let’s start with understanding –

What is behavioural science?

Behavioural science is a multi-disciplinary field that aims at understanding and

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made-a-mistake

Oops, I made a mistake! Now what?

By Manasi Bharati, Psychology Consultant

 

According to Google, the use of the word ‘accountability’ has increased overtime and is now used more than the word ‘responsibility’. With responsibility, you can carry out certain tasks as a part of the duties

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