Meditation not only reduces stress, it physically changes your brain (Harvard)

Neon head and brain

Inner Leadership recommends meditation as one of four ways to deepen our connection with ourselves and so increase our ability to remain calm and clear-headed at all times. Now a neuroscientist Continue Reading →

Countering disinformation and fake news

David Cameron listens carefully

This short film from 2014 describes how Russia’s President Putin (and others) have deliberately used disinformation and fake news to undermine people’s perception of the world. As the film explains, the approach is Continue Reading →

Exercise, creativity, meditation, and nature

exercise creativity meditation

In a world of constant change, unexpected events can sometimes knock us off balance. When they do, Inner Leadership provides a range of tools that enable us to recentre and ground ourselves, quickly. But even better than learning to recover quickly Continue Reading →

Decision making in times of uncertainty (Stanford)

Two arrows

A newly published Insight from Stanford Business School tells us something we probably already know: when it’s difficult to predict the outcome, people become less likely to take risks. Researchers Continue Reading →

Three activities for creating results and inspiration

The first step to leading ourselves and others better through a time of change is to know more clearly what matters most to us. Inner Leadership recommends three ways of achieving this: creativity, Continue Reading →