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A performance management case study

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: Corporate blog|

Mrs. X is a loan supervisor of a financial institution. Sensory Intelligence workshops were performed as part of a team building process for their company. Her sensory profile indicated very low thresholds, sensation avoiding traits [...]

Are your work teams collaborating?

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: Corporate blog|

The business world is rapidly changing and our worlds are being turned upside down due to the economic climate. It has never been more crucial for companies to ensure that their teams are effective, can [...]

Corporate health and wellness

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: Corporate blog|

I attended the Corporate Health and Wellness conference of Knowledge Resources in Johannesburg a few weeks ago. I was also a speaker and my Topic was The Value of Sensory Intelligence for health and wellness in [...]

Change and conflict in the workplace

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: Corporate blog|

Change in work environments is constant and recurring.  Restructuring of teams, change in business operations and work spaces create uncertainty, stress and resulted performance issues in the workplace. People are different and respond differently to [...]

Five sensory savvy tips to reduce overload and stress in open plan offices

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: Corporate blog|

Sensory neuroscience is understanding the brain and how it contributes to us working and living on a daily basis. Open plan office and call centre environments are traditionally busy, sensory overloaded, noisy with a high [...]

The ethics of trademarks and copyright

By | May 20th, 2016|Categories: Corporate blog|

Sensory intelligence started in my head in 2000 after I returned from living in the USA for 3 years.  After loads of thinking, reading, more thinking and more reading I chose the name, opened my [...]