A weighty issue

Since we are nearing the end of our competition for ‘team horror stories’ (you can share yours with us here) I thought I would encourage any last-minute entrants with a couple of my own over the next few days. The reason it has taken me so long to write these short...

Nature’s resiliency

Resiliency is a word being thrown around a lot in this particular crisis for personal and organisational development. There are many interpretations but let’s focus on the real fundamentals: how does nature makes organisms resilient? As many of you know we follow the...

Worst Gift Ever

As you may have noticed (and if not, why not?!), we have just opened up a competition to win one of 3 fabulous Leading Brains HBF Team profiles. To win this magnificent prize, all you have to do is tell us your most entertaining team ‘horror story’ (link). It could be...

Cats in Space

I know there are a lot of posts out there just now about working from home – I myself have written at least one – but this morning, on my daily downward spiral through various internet rabbit holes, I came across something so delightful I really had to share it with...

The best of human behaviour?

Catastrophe films and dystopian future films always show the masses in times of crises, be that pandemics, climate collapse, or various forms of Armageddon, behaving like crazed selfish monsters – apart from the heroes of the movie. Funny thing but this is not what...