OUR PURPOSE AND WHY?
Our Why comes from personal experience and studies that show people on average only use 70% of their brains at work, meaning that 30% is not focusing on creating. Why? Because only if people's cognitive diversity is engaged, stretched and valued can they thrive. Springboard Tribes Purpose is to demystify neuroscience creating the bridge between science and business so people want to bring all their brain to work.
Neurodiversity is the Diversity of human brains and minds. The infinite variation in our emotional responses, cognitive patterns and how we look after our brain health means that there really is no one size fits all brain.
Our brains has been shapped by the individual differences we have experienced in our environment, culture, relationships, neuronal pathways, genetics and brain networks. Each of our brains is unique and wants to feel included.
We are continuingly learning and studying behavioural, cognitive and emotional neuroscience. We take that knowledge and make it simple to understand and effectively apply within organisations. So that everyone can develop no matter at what stage and be their best selves.
Outside of our expertise we partner with professionals in their fields so that everything we do is robust and reflects current experience, trends and knowledge to benefit our clients.
We believe in developing and collaborating with a tribe of people who share a mindset based on positive potential.
We want to enrich current and future innovators. Courageous leaders who value the inclusion of all human diversities. Management teams who want to redefine the future work agenda. Talent guardians who want to put the human back into resources. And the people who will and are shaping tomorrows business today.
Because understanding our humanity is the way forward to create future thought leaders and innovative business with the aim of creating fairer, more sustainable and just societies.
The traditional belief ‘you are who you are’ is obsolete. We now know that our brains continue to develop throughout our lives. So yes, you can teach old dogs new tricks. Which is pretty exciting!