Manage HR Magazine Lists Instincts at Work as one of the Top Canadian Leadership Development Training/Coaching Companies in 2022
In an interview with Manage HR, Penny Paucha, Principal and Leadership Coach at Instincts at Work, shares insights into their programs, her team’s approach to leadership development, and the formula to their clients’ success…
Two leadership skills to connect your team to meaning and focus them on progress
An important part of motivating your team is connecting them to meaning and focusing on progress, rather than solely on the end-goal. To do so, it’s crucial that you master these two important skills…
How to motivate your team to increase focus and attention
Neuroscience research shows us how the dopamine rush that comes from motivation and striving can help focus and engage your team.
Reducing Staff Turnover and Burn-out by Creating a Culture of Excellence at Island Health
How a nurse manager reduced staff turnover and burnout, improved team morale and created a culture of excellence through her complexity leadership training.
Wait, What? Eliminating A Waitlist for Mental Health Services During a Pandemic: A Case Study
How effective leadership, teamwork and complexity leadership training led to an evolution of thinking and successful service delivery model changes during the pandemic.
The 3 Critical Skills You Need to Lead in an Increasingly Complex World
Learn the 3 critical neuroscience-based skills you need to be a strong healthcare leader in a complex world
What the brain’s response to stress and threat can teach us about high conflict in the workplace.
You are not alone in wondering what is happening with people's behaviour lately and why high conflict situations are on the rise. When we feel threatened, our brains initiate automatic responses that can lead to high conflict if we don’t exercise conscious control over them. For clarity, we can think of them as three distinct states...
Navigating Turbulence in an OHT Climate
Saving on administrative costs while distributing decision making and accountability is a profound integration of approaches and one that will require new thinking, new skills and new structures to implement successfully. But based on conversations we’ve been having recently, it’s clear that we need to pay close attention to ensure we don’t “act with yesterday’s logic.”