3 edition of Connecting Leadership to the Brain found in the catalog.
December 3, 2001
by Corwin Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
Research shows that in leaderless groups, leaders emerge by quickly synchronizing their brain waves with followers through high quality conversations. Simply put, synchrony is a . When we listen to connect, we activate Wernicke’s area: the part of the brain that allows us to comprehend spoken language. (Hirsch, WE-IQ TV Interview with Judith E. Glaser, May 1, ).
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Scientifically credible, thoughtful, thought provoking, well written and practical. Connecting Leadership to the Brain intends to facilitate the formulation of new leadership perceptions and behaviour.
In attempting to do so, this book does not /5(2). The brain is accessible at a conscious level to leaders who wish to effectively achieve goals. A framework is presented for advancing leadership that is attentive to the nature and nurture of intelligence.
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This book will stimulate awareness about a complexity of leadership work, establish a framework for examining that awareness, provide provocative study exercises for the individual or a team and -- The School Administrator, September Finally a book that translates what we know about brain functioning into practical guidelines for leadership.
Leadership and the Brain The powerful intersection of neuroscience and leadership has profound implications for leaders and organizations at all levels.
Looking at leadership through the neuroscience lens helps us live, learn, and lead with enhanced energy, attention, emotional regulation, and creativity. Simon Sinek: These 2 life-changing books will rewire your brain for success Published Wed, Feb 20 PM EST Updated Fri, Mar 1 PM EST staff @CNBC.
It focuses on the competencies and capabilities that leaders and managers need, to think creatively, take good decisions, improve their performance and resilience, deal with complexity, incentivize, and innovate, rather than focusing on brain regions or even functional pathways within the brain.
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