A new neuroscience of leadership:: bringing out more of the best in people
To be effective in today's complex and changing world, managers need new insights and skills that up-end conventional thinking about human potential, trust, energy, initiative, and commitment. Neuroscience holds the key to accomplishing this goal. The old belief was that all sensory input went directly to the brain, where a behavioral response was shaped. The new findings show that the gut brain and the heart brain are involved first. The author shows how accessing all three brains can improve leader effectiveness.
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