The human mind is an individual’s most important performance tool. The Sentis Brain Animation Series takes you on a tour of the brain through a series of short and sharp animations. The series provides insights into psychology and neuroscience, and how these learnings may be applied to improve both individual and organisational outcomes. At Sentis, we use the animations to aid learning, share leadership messaging and embed training concepts.
How the brain works
Discover the most amazing part of your body—your brain. This quick introduction provides a brief overview of the brain, including some fun and quirky facts.
Areas of the Brain
Learn about the three regions of the brain and how they interact as we experience the world.
Limitations of the Brain
Learn how our brain filters and pays attention to all the information coming in from our five senses.
Understand how our most complex organ is capable of changing throughout our lives and how we all have the ability to learn and change by rewiring our brains.
Emotions and the Brain
Discover what is happening in our brains as we experience emotions. While sometimes our emotions can ‘hijack’ our rational thinking, we also have the power to manage our emotions with conscious thought.
Conscious vs Subconscious Thinking
Learn how our brain operates at conscious and subconscious levels to save precious brain energy and form attitudes, habits and memories. This animation also explores how relying on our subconscious can be both helpful and unhelpful and how more conscious thinking can benefit us.
The Social Brain
Our brains are social organs designed to assess and inform us of potential threats or rewards in our social environments. The workplace is one of the most common social environments the brain is exposed. Understand how your brain may be responding to social cues at work, and how you may be influencing your coworkers’ brain responses by what you say or do.
Managing Stress for Safety
Discover how stress impacts the brain and the implications this can have for safety. This animation also offers brain-friendly strategies for managing stress.