Your brain needs a reset every once in awhile.
How it is possible for everyone to live fully, boldly and without regret.
From a neuroscientific point of view, images speak far more effectively to the brain’s deep subconscious.
Secrets of the Most Productive People podcast featuring neuroscientist Tara Swart.
Our perception of other people is always filtered through our senses, and leaders are no exception.
Understanding how our brains work can help us seize life-changing opportunities.
These three habits help your body, and also have a positive impact on your brain.
Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart reveals the simple mind tricks that could turn your life around.
A business with "myelinated" lines of communication relies on a complex combination of factors.
Hint: it starts with changing your environment.
No department functions in isolation.
Business leaders, authors and FT writers share their tips for being more efficient.
Be mindful of what is going on, why you are doing it, and to focus on the potential upsides.
The OPI model compares businesses to the brain, using key aspects of brain function as a metaphor.
Nervous-system scientists, including Tara, share how they’re working in a variety of settings.
From diet to exercise, discover the simple lifestyle changes that can help you survive the colder weather
Leaders who need their executive brain function to be at its peak can't afford to skimp on sleep.
Psychopaths may not be as useful in leadership as you think — and women are often punished for dark traits while men are rewarded
Psychopathic traits may help men get to the top, but hinder women.
It’s tempting to dismiss mindfulness as magical thinking—until you connect it to the hard science & ROI.
It’s not about learning to code, it’s about teaching your brain how to think computationally.
The Corinthia is one of the first luxury hotels to have a “Neuroscientist in Residence” program.
Yahoo Finance Presents: It’s A Jungle Out There Podcast
Environmental factors that encourage neurogenesis in the brain and in businesses.
Exposing the brain to novel experiences is good for us.
From lack of natural light to coworkers’ behavior, the office can change how you think in unexpected ways
Want to ask for a raise or lower your rent? Understanding how your brain works is the first step.
Epigenetics shows gene expression is malleable, influenced by external stressors & lifestyle choices.
With advances in AI, it’s 'human' as well as technological expertise that will set leaders apart.
Embrace that back-to-school feeling with a fresh approach to your work and lifestyle.
How to switch off during your holiday, and why your brain will thank you for it.
Self-belief can radically impact on your chances of success.
How to nourish your brain.
As far as your brain is concerned, “creative problem-solving” is a contradiction in terms.
Napping is a great way of giving the brain a boost.
Plasticity in organisational terms is the efficiency and structural resilience of a business.
Easy ways to feel brave, beautiful and body-confident.
Combat the envy-inducing effects of social media with these simple tips for building your self-worth.
Struggling to focus throughout your workday? You’re not alone.. but these tips will help.
Ever wonder why some days you have bags of energy and feel super-productive and the opposite on others?
Why flexibility and self-reinvention may be the secret formula for professional success.
Do you ever stop to consider the impact of other people’s unconscious biases on the way they view you?
Experts explain the science behind our love of cancelling social arrangements
By adopting a growth mindset, you can learn to embrace risks and take on exciting new challenges
Only 1-2 per cent of human brains can stay healthy while regularly getting less than seven to nine hours
How neuroscience is making better leaders, according to author Dr Tara Swart
Tara Swart on the art of achieving mental clarity
Leaders who understand how brains work can make their teams more nimble, innovative, and resilient.
Tip: Visualize your toughest resolution first.
In the first of a new monthly series, neuroscientist and leadership coach Tara Swart shares expert advice
Brain Implants Will Drive Our Evolution and “Extend Our Capabilities”
People who believe they have a job with noble goals will potentially be more productive and resilient.
Dr Tara Swart shares her unique brain health angle on what it takes it takes to be a better leader.
Neuroscientist Tara Swart delves into how we can change our unconscious biases by exercising our brains.
This is how to keep your brain alert, creative, and rational for decades to come.
As a neuroscientist and executive advisor I am used to working in not 1, but 2 male-dominated professions
According to neuroscientist Tara Swart your body’s natural magnesium store gets used up when stressed
The Corinthia Hotel London has teamed up with noted neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart to create a program....
Dr Swart offers expert scientific knowledge for Dr Jack Lewis' Secret of the Brain programme
Are you displaying psychopathic tendencies and if so, what can you do about it? Dr Tara Swart reveals all
Sleeping well helps your brain in less apparent ways than just not being groggy the next day...
In the age of flexible working, why are we still so stressed?
What did you eat for breakfast this morning? It matters more than you might think...
A neuroscientist says the female brain is the boardroom's largest untapped resource
According to Dr Tara Swart, psychopathy is a spectrum, and we all fall on it somewhere.
Tara talks to Joe Shute about the neuroscience behind psychopaths, impostor syndrome and leadership
Are we on the brink of a global emotional crisis? Tara Swart speaks at TEDxLSE
Watch Tara Swart talk to Timothy Maurice on neuroscience and leadership for CNBC Africa
Results showed that journalists’ brains were operating at a lower level than the average population
Journalists drink too much and operate at a lower level than average, according to new study
In today's frenetic work environment, some reports say that we check our phones up to 85 times a day...
The Corinthia Hotel London has introduced a unique amenity: an in-house neuroscientist.
Whether it’s a momentary mishap or an ongoing issue, why do some staff fail to perform?
Neuroscientist says the trick is to start preparing before you even hit the airport
Dr Tara Swart is helping South African companies improve leadership skills by applying neuroscience
Resilience is the ability to bounce back from adversity and the strength to thrive in times of change...
'Impostor syndrome' is a feeling of not being adequate at work...
Spear’s Sophie McIntyre speaks to psychiatrist and neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart
"Managers first need to accept there’s nothing wrong with breaks per se" says Tara Swart
Brazil's biggest paper interviews Tara Swart on neuroscience & how it can help you learn.
Scientists link the shape of our brains with five key personality traits....
A research team from Cambridge University has linked the shape of our brains to shaping our personalities
The neuroscience behind our addiction to email...
Dr Tara Swart has ‘teamed up’ (as they call it in the corporate world) with the Corinthia Hotel.
For 2017, I will continue to focus on boosting my brainpower with good-quality sleep,
Neuroscientist and leadership coach Dr Tara Swart, who is conducting a yr-long study on mental resilience
Meditation is about compassion and collective consciousness, rather than just reducing one’s own stress.
Mini-bar? Check. Spa? Of course. Resident neuroscientist? Well . . . inside the luxury hotel...
The new offerings come courtesy of Dr Tara Swart, a trained doctor...
"Your brain is looking for a threat," Tara says. "So it will look at the image and think...
Dr Tara Swart is a medical doctor, neuroscientist, award-winning author and leadership coach...
Tara Swart, a neuroscientist and leadership coach, says: “Banks are still way behind Google, Netflix...
Neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart offers five ways to train your brain and get a competitive edge.
With so much time spent staring at screens, surely there are bound to be health implications?
Neuroscientist’s study aims to discover the mental resilience of journalists.
Medical study launched into how journalists chasing deadlines cope so well with stress...
Our addiction to phones and other devices is seriously impacting on the quality of our sleep..
A neuroscientist is looking for volunteers to help understand how journalists cope with stressful jobs...
For a nation that prides itself on remaining calm, the past few months have brought a rollercoaster...
From panic attacks and anxiety to poor sleep, acid reflux, high blood pressure and strokes...
The prefrontal cortex of coaches, marketers, executives and a few charlatans is lighting up.
Similarly, Neuroscience for Leadership by Tara Swart, Kitty Chisholm and Paul Brown shows how new...
“Totally,” agrees Dr Tara Swart, one of those leading the charge in a new era of performance optimisation
Tackling stress means listening to our bodies, says a leading neuroscientist. This is an exciting time...
Tara Swart is a doctor and neuroscientist, designing and running the leadership...
Tara Swart is a medical doctor, neuroscientist, award winning author and the CEO of The Unlimited Mind...
Dr Swart says identifying an employee’s enthusiasm is a particularly efficient approach.
According to Tara Swart, a neuroscientist and senior lecturer at MIT, your “terrible twos”...
Ms Swart says the subject has an appeal because brain-scanning techniques give tangible data...
Science has legitimised meditation. Dr Tara Swart, a neuroscientist...