Implemented frameworks and cultures for psychologically safe cognitive flexibility.

You now need psychologically safe internal campaigns to improve your work environment, company culture or overall business strategy. You have the desire for improvement that will ultimately benefit the company's bottom line.

All Brain-centric Design Initiatives place human emotions before business outcomes. That's why they get results. Every time.

The Cognitive Culture

High-performance teams, growth production, risk reduction, and cost savings manifest when staff connects to the task emotionally.

And, because you intuitively know that we 'all must do this together,' The Cognitive Culture Initiative is an 18-month roadmap for business and their leadership teams. Alignment and connectedness are behaviors that we view as communication — rational and emotional. Both contribute to a cognitive culture’s impact on outcomes, such as performance and retention. Connectedness suffers in a hybrid world, unless you have the internal frameworks in place to cultivate it.

Brain-centric Design (BcD) brings powerful new behavioral science principles, practices, and models to your organization and applies these frameworks to a broad range of customer and employee challenges and opportunities.

     -Neuroscience of Communication

     -Neuroscience of Learning

     -Brain-centric Frameworks

     -BcID Certification: Brain-centric Instructional Designer

Neuroleadership begins at the top as the cultural elevation takes place from the top. A communications journey begins through the organization with clear mileposts, frameworks installed, in an enterprise installation of psychological safety.

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18-Month Engagement, Monthly Retainer


Because you understand staff engagement is influenced heavily by societal and contextual factors, BcD helps you facilitate the deliberate and intentional shift to overcome them.

Collaboration between team members and disciplines within our psychologically safe framework optimizes original thinking.

Communication is about getting others to take on your point of view, to help them understand why you’re excited. These two frameworks first arrange your information so the brain can process it, then presents that information the way people love to learn.

Trust the model deemed ‘The Neuroscience of Learning’ and benefit from better results, in less time, every time.

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