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The Neuroscience of What Keeps Leaders Up at Night

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The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, September 30, 2015, from 1-2 pm ET (10-11 am PT).

Last week we talked about workplace trends through the eyes of Millennials, and this week we’re going to talk about the neuroscience of what keeps leaders up at night.

Leadership has two common derailers: one is being too busy to win and the other is being too proud to see.

The former looks at the psychology and neuroscience behind being overwhelmed due to constant connection. There’s definitely a link between this and the impact it has on our productivity, performance, focus and general state of being. 

The latter deals with the psychology and neuroscience behind change in the workplace. As humans we are wired to resist change at all costs (our brains are literally designed to fight it). 

Understanding the human side of change and our innate biases can help all of us move through change more effectively and efficiently.  

Join TalentCulture #TChat Show co-founders and co-hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as they talk about the neuroscience of what keeps leaders up at night with this week’s guest: Dr. Nicole Lipkin, sought-after speaker and business psychologist and author of What Keeps Leaders Up at Night and Y in the Workplace: Managing the “Me First” Generation.

Thank you to all our TalentCulture sponsors, partners and supporters!

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