Future Partner Projects with Wrkit – Part 2 (of 2)

“How do managers lead well, from a distance?” “Now, that’s a whole new skill set … “ The second of two episodes in this short series from Truthsayers Neurocast talking with our partner, Wrkit. Simon Stapleton, Co-Founder of Truthsayers, talks to Jason Brennan, Director of Wellness and Leadership, Wrkit, Coach and Author about future collaborative projects in the pipeline and … Read More

The Global Working From Home Survey – Part 1 (of 2)

How is the world really coping with working from home?   The first of two episodes in this short series from Truthsayers Neurocast talking with our partner, Wrkit. Simon Stapleton, Co-Founder of Truthsayers, talks to Jason Brennan, Director of Wellness and Leadership, Wrkit, Coach and Author about the Global Working From Home Survey that our two companies collaborated on. The … Read More

Pre-empting mental health issues in the workplace – Part 3

“What we want to do is prevent this happening. What you don’t want is to go in mop up people who have fallen over, because unfortunately some of those people won’t get up again. What is important is to jump on things when you see them” The 3rd of 3 episodes, talking with special guest Marc Caulfield, CEO & Co-Founder … Read More

The disparity between what people say and what people feel – Part 2

“It gives the board and it gives us, as Demolish the Wall, the facts to actually then go and make a positive impact, and go right, we have a problem here.” The 2nd of 3 episodes talking with special guest Marc Caulfield, CEO & Co-Founder of Demolish the Wall, TEDx Speaker, Role Model 2020 InsideOut Leaderboard & Ambassador at The … Read More

Assessing Stress in the Workplace – Part 1

“we wanted to … work with a business who have the tech and the brain power to actually get to the truth” How can you get a true measure of stress in the workplace? The 1st of 3 episodes talking with special guest Marc Caulfield, CEO & Co-Founder of Demolish the Wall, TEDx Speaker, Role Model 2020 InsideOut Leaderboard & … Read More

Truthsayers® Neurocast: Why Neurotech® is the Future of Consumer Research

Listen now to the Truthsayers® Podcast   “… what people state explicitly that they will buy, that they will purchase, that they will eat, is not the same thing as what they actually do in terms of their true day to day behaviour …” Professor Lisa Methven FIFST, RSensSci, CSci, Professor of Food and Sensory Science, Director of the FoodBioSystems … Read More

Why is your talent leaving and joining your competitors?

Now there’s a question. And why should you pay attention to the headline? Because a paradigm shift is happening. Employees are becoming increasingly selective about who they work for and companies are having to place more emphasis on the quality of their employee experience. The power, to some extent, has shifted. An organisation’s success or failure, in terms of recruitment … Read More

How to find out if your employees are mentally fit for work

Understanding Employee Mental Wellness has never been more important. At a time when organisations, globally, are suffering immense economic setbacks, one of the greatest risk factors in successful economic re-growth is the potential mental instability of our work force. Without the right support mechanisms in place, the fallout could be immense.   Last year, stress, depression and anxiety accounted for … Read More

Authenticity Improves Business Performance, so we are Improving Authenticity

Authenticity in the workplace has great benefits for business. When we are authentic, we behave according to our ‘whole selves’ – warts and all. When we feel we cannot be authentic, we are likely to moderate what we say and how we behave according to perceived norms and expectations. We are more likely to withhold what we feel and express … Read More

How we are using Neuroscience to assess Conduct Risk

What we say and what we do are not always the same. In fact, crunching the billions of datapoints we’ve gathered on our Neurotech platform, 84% of the things we say we do are not done at all (or to a much lesser extent.) I’m not suggesting for one minute that most people tell outright lies when asked a question, … Read More