David Rock, founder of Neuro Leadership Institute, believes that the secret to high performance lie in our ability to meet humanity’s greatest asset: the brain. In this interview, he argues that the brain requires three things to function optimally moderate stress, positive affect (ie emotion) and a good night’s sleep. It also shows that commitment and productivity in the workplace are closely linked to the brain’s original ‘threat and reward “function, which has consequences for manaaqgers related.

David Rock, founder of Neuro Leadership Institute, believes that the secret to high performance lie in our ability to meet humanity’s greatest asset: the brain. In this interview, he argues that the brain requires three things to function optimally moderate stress, positive affect (ie emotion) and a good night’s sleep. It also shows that commitment and productivity in the workplace are closely linked to the brain’s original ‘threat and reward “function, which has consequences for manaaqgers related.
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David Rock,
Karen Christensen
Source: Rotman School of Management
5 pages.
Release date: 01 Begin in May 2013. Prod #: ROT197-PDF-ENG
Neuro Leadership 101: An Interview with David Rock HBR case solution

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