Author Archives: Scott Crabtree

3 science-based hacks for your next presentation

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At some point in our careers, most of us have to deliver a presentation. Whether you are introducing a new company policy, showing the progress on your latest project, or convincing someone of your qualifications for a position, you can … Continue reading

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Ungifted: Intelligence Redefined

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What are intelligence, creativity, and talent? How can we measure them? Are they innate, or learned? And how can we each uncover our own? Scott Barry Kaufman tackles all of these important questions and many more in Ungifted: Intelligence Redefined. … Continue reading

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How to program your organization for talent retention.

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Seeing a talented employee walk out the door almost always means costs ahead – costs in the form of recruiting, interviewing, training, learning, and/or team building. And in most cases, those costs (and the disappointment on both sides) might have … Continue reading

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The Progress Principle

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How do you motivate employees? How do you keep them happy and engaged? The Progress Principle The Progress Principle: Using Small Wins to Ignite Joy, Engagement, and Creativity at Work presents compelling evidence that most of us are failing to … Continue reading

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Introducing: Sarah Budd & Katherine Cooper

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I am beyond thrilled to introduce two additions to the Happy Brain Science team: Sarah Budd and Katherine Cooper. To give you a chance to get to know them a bit, I want to share this recent interview with you. … Continue reading

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How can I support your goals for 2014?

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In my last newsletter, I shared tips for setting smarter and more meaningful goals for the New Year (or any time of year, really). Perhaps some of your goals have to do with your happiness, at work and beyond. If … Continue reading

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Smarter goals for more happiness in 2014

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Note: This post was originally shared in the November issue of my newsletter. I am sharing it here upon special request. If you’d like to sign up for future issues of my newsletter so you don’t miss out, you can … Continue reading

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Leveraging the holiday of gratitude.

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Note: This post was originally shared in the November issue of my newsletter. While I usually don’t put newsletter content here, this time I had a specific request to do so. If you’d like to sign up for future issues … Continue reading

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A simple activity to boost the impact of your next pesentation.

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One of my favorite parts of workshops is applying brain research to get the audience involved and learning more. An example of this is getting audiences into small groups for discussion of how they will apply what they’ve learned. I … Continue reading

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Soothing Stress, Especially Social

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