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AboutSUSANNE RIX, Author at PeopleBiz

SUSANNE RIX

SUSANNE RIX

Susanne Rix is a Behavioural Scientist, and author of Superworking: How to Achieve Peak Performance without stress. Susanne and her team conduct Peak Performance programs for organizations. Individuals consistently report they are achieving more, in less time and with less stress. Organisations report higher staff retention rates, lower absenteeism and improved team cohesion. Phone +61 2 47574231 or contact this publication for email connection.

Posts By SUSANNE RIX

Mental athletes in the boardroom – Is multitasking good or bad

October 20, 2015 |

In part six of this series Susanne Rix discusses the pros and cons of multitasking. It seems everyone is doing it:  Sending emails during meetings, texting while walking, talking on the phone while reading emails.

Multitasking is good right? Wrong. … Read More

Mental athletes in the boardroom: Preventing burnout

October 2, 2015 |

In part five of this series Susanne Rix looks at how the mental athlete is preventing burnout in and out of the boardroom. There can be few HR directors in this country that have not felt the growing weight of … Read More

Mental athletes in the boardroom: Intention and self-directed thinking

September 21, 2015 |

In the fourth part of this series on improving your mental performance in the boardroom, Susanne Rix challenges us to think about our intention and self-directed thinking. It is easy to assume we are in control of our thinking but … Read More

Mental athletes in the boardroom: Strategies for problem solving & creative thinking

September 7, 2015 |

In the third part of this series on improving your mental performance, Susanne Rix challenges us to make more of our ability to imagine success.

Research into the neuroscience of creativity reveals highly creative individuals and those considered “genius” could:

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Mental athletes in the boardroom Part 2 – Practical strategies for sustained concentration

August 21, 2015 |

Today’s work environments place an unnatural pressure on our ability to sustain high levels of concentration for an extended period.

The eight to ten hour mental marathon is not our natural state and it is one which requires considerable training … Read More

Are you a mental athlete in the boardroom?

August 7, 2015 |

In this 5 part series, we will examine:

  1. The need to apply current neuroscience for today’s ‘mental athletes’
  2. Practical strategies for high-level thinking and sustained concentration
  3. Strategies for problem solving and creative thinking
  4. Intention and self directed thinking
  5. Preventing … Read More