• 25.01.22
    “As humans, we can identify galaxies light years away and we can study particles smaller than an atom, but we still haven’t unlocked the mystery of the 3 lbs of matter that sits between our ears” – President Barack Obama on the BRAIN initiative, 2015. Neurosciences bring fascinating light to different forms of human intelligence, whether individual or collective systems. Read more
  • 29.11.21
    Cognitive sciences tell us how we learn: focused or diffuse mode? Some of the latest research in cognitive sciences tells us that we all have two essential thinking modes: the focused mode and the diffuse mode. In their book « Learning How to Learn » [1], Dr. Oakley and Dr. Sejnowski explain that the focused mode “involves a direct approach… Read more
  • 03.11.21
    CEO Gaëlle Piernikarch answers Thrive Global’s questions on Emotional Intelligence and resilience. Arianna Huffington is the founder and CEO of Thrive Global, a leading behaviour change tech company with the mission of changing the way we work and live by ending the collective delusion that burnout is the price we must pay for success. She has been named to Time Magazine’s list… Read more
  • 21.10.21
    “Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom” – Aristotle From ancient Greece philosophy to modern psychology, knowing who we are and understanding our own inner world has been playing a key role in bringing human beings to a stage of personal growth. Defined by psychologist Daniel Goleman as “knowing one’s internal states, preference, resources and intuitions”[1], self-awareness… Read more
  • 07.10.21
    “No organization ever created innovation. People innovate, not companies.” – Seth Godin In times when change, digital transformation and globalization have become daily topics, there is a strong emphasis on drawing upon our creativity and innovative strengths to find solutions to the new problems that arise. Knowledge is now accessible everywhere and anytime, and new ideas spread at fast… Read more
  • 21.09.21
    Autumn healthy habits The summer holidays often bring us in beautiful natural environments that make us marvel at things, have fun, concentrate on one thing at a time and recharge batteries. Why not bring all these good habits into your life back home? As the summer goes away, our body starts adapting to the changes in nature: cooler temperatures, decreasing… Read more
  • 13.07.21
    When it comes to planning the next vacation, you quickly realize that people have very different ideas about what the perfect vacation looks like: A well-planned city vacation or a spontaneous last-minute booking, a creative retreat or a rather a festival with friends. What you choose says a lot about your personality and your individual MBTI® type. The key toRead more
  • 05.05.21
    We are used to see stress as a negative factor in our lives that damages our health. Nevertheless, some of the latest research on stress and health show very interesting results: while most scientists confirm that a lot of chronic stress should be avoided, they shed a differentiated light on stress. The consequences of stress on our health are directly… Read more
  • 09.04.21
    In times where change, digital transformation and globalization have become common place, it is particularly important to use our creativity and innovative power to find solutions to emerging problems. Today, knowledge is accessible everywhere and at all times. New ideas spread across borders and cultures at a rapid pace. Creative activities as well as social networking promote personal development and… Read more
  • 10.03.21
    We recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s steps on the moon. It was a breakthrough made possible by human effort and cutting-edge technology. Inevitably, we remember the astronaut’s famous quote, “One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” Much like the discovery of space, digitization is advancing exponentially in many areas of research and daily… Read more