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3 Surprising Ways Brain Science Impacts Your Communication at Work | Here to Help by Indeed

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Is it possible to be objective at work? Is “virtual meeting fatigue” real? Get answers to these questions and more from Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett, PhD, who has conducted cutting-edge research into the mind-work connection. Dr. Barrett shares insights from studying the brain and emotions that have implications for how we communicate at work

Throughout the conversation, Dr. Barrett’s expertise and engaging style make for a truly captivating discussion. Whether you’re a business leader, HR professional, or simply interested in the science of the mind, this interview will offer you valuable insights.

0:30 – How remote work impacts communication and interpersonal relationships at work
3:17 – Objectivity in the workplace
5:25 – How workplace diversity benefits your brain

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