Things will start to improve in your teams. And that's a promise - post #4 of 4
Focusing on new behaviours, situations or possibilities promotes fast neural growth and is a whole lot quicker than focusing on problems.
Structuring Rewards and Engaging People - post #3 of 4
You can't just tell people to be more engaged. Leadership styles must move from command and control to collaboration.
Insight Requires a Quiet Brain - post #2 of 4
In knowledge economies people are being paid to think rather than do. Success will depend on creating optimal conditions for this to happen.
Brain Networks for Effective Leadership - post #1 of 4
If the brain can put complex processes together seamlessly, why do organizations find it so difficult?
Neuroscience, Ukraine and Leadership (video)
Andrew Dyckhoff explains David Rock’s SCARF model, showing how insights from neuroscience can help leaders work more effectively.