Reprinted with permission © Successful Meetings
When employees are full of energy, they do more and better work. When they're not, their productivity suffers.
"Brain science explains why," writes Successful Meetings contributor Brady G. Wilson, co-founder of Juice Inc., a corporate training company that serves organizations from Toronto to Los Angeles. "When we are low on energy, the first thing we lose is our 'executive function' -- the part of our brain that affects our ability to focus, analyze information, regulate our emotions, be innovative, and make smart decisions." Read more...