You're Trying To Manage Their Brain. Understand How It Works...

Leveraging the learning sciences in cognitive neuroscience to develop psychological safety and a deep understanding of complex topics while achieving key outcomes and exceeding company and client expectations is the charge of Brain-centric Design's mission.

"Psychological Safety in the workspace delivers growth production, risk reduction, and cost savings," said Carr.  "You can do more in less time with better results while increased retention of both content and workforce is repeatedly documented."

Authored by Rich Carr and Kieran O'Mahony, actionable brain science for business elevates team members to feel safe at work; it's easier for them to participate in a team meeting, solve problems, collaborate on projects, and engage with their customers and peers as highlighted in Forbes.

Most manager and trainers don’t understand the most critical part of learning: how the brain works, and how we can use it to apply real learning and deep understanding. Because of this lack of information, when we use traditional methods of teaching, learning can feel like a chore.

It's Not Your Fault...

The conventional methodology of teaching is how most managers and trainers work. Today, with the help of neuroscience, we know how to teach and engage employees in the best way possible. Whether you're managing online or the boardroom, you can turn your learning environment around. You can easily create a learning space where individuals can't wait to come to be present, engage, grow, and share their world. If you're in the business of corporate training, you can begin to flourish when employees feel safe, valued, cared for, engaged, and find purpose and meaning in their work.

Now more than ever, we as social beings need to connect where we are most productive – solving problems, surviving and thriving. Our learning systems and our workspaces are key areas of integration of the three parts of the cranial cortex. We are hardwired neurobiological learning machines; yet if the environment that we find ourselves in is not aligned with how the social and emotional brain accepts and processes new information, we will not have the performance that we expect.
The psychologically safe framework, Brain-centric Design supports and codifies the importance of human capital — employee well-being — is a driver of business outcomes and validates the Learning Sciences. Innovative businesses see this as an acknowledgment of innovating leadership showcasing a long pedigree of results. They clearly grasp the connection between the personal sustainability of employees and sustainable company growth.

The cognitive model is gaining rapid acceptance in all facets of business, from onboarding to process change, learning & development to more efficient management and meeting structure. Business if forging tomorrow’s employees with a solid knowledge of human capital, neuroplasticity, well-being, work/life balance, and a bigger picture view of their place in the workforce, their communities, and the planet. Brain-centric Instructional Designers (BcID) trained in this new model are conducting online and in-person Certifications that have influenced thousands of cognitive thinkers worldwide. Cognitivist ranks are swelling exponentially.

Companies today have embraced human capital primacy by focusing on diversity, equity, and inclusion in a new understanding that addresses employee mental health and well-being. Such arrangements benefit the organization since investment in human capital drives value as a result of engagement, innovation, and productivity.