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In "Your Brain and Business, " Harvard psychiatrist Srinivasan S. Pillay reveals how the latest research in neuroscience can help you lead, communicate, and collaborate more effectively… drive change more successfully… move more rapidly from idea to execution… coach colleagues or clients to unprecedented success Your brain is your #1 asset: Optimize it to win In "Your Brain and Business, " Harvard psychiatrist Srinivasan S. Pillay reveals how the latest research in neuroscience can help you lead, communicate, and collaborate more effectively… drive change more successfully… move more rapidly from idea to execution… coach colleagues or clients to unprecedented success Your brain is your #1 asset: Optimize it to win


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In "Your Brain and Business, " Harvard psychiatrist Srinivasan S. Pillay reveals how the latest research in neuroscience can help you lead, communicate, and collaborate more effectively… drive change more successfully… move more rapidly from idea to execution… coach colleagues or clients to unprecedented success Your brain is your #1 asset: Optimize it to win In "Your Brain and Business, " Harvard psychiatrist Srinivasan S. Pillay reveals how the latest research in neuroscience can help you lead, communicate, and collaborate more effectively… drive change more successfully… move more rapidly from idea to execution… coach colleagues or clients to unprecedented success Your brain is your #1 asset: Optimize it to win

30 review for Your Brain and Business: The Neuroscience of Great Leaders

  1. 4 out of 5

    Gregory

    For professional business or life coaches looking to enhance their understand of the brain's processing logic, and not intimidated by neuroscience biology references, this can be a good reference book. For professional business or life coaches looking to enhance their understand of the brain's processing logic, and not intimidated by neuroscience biology references, this can be a good reference book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Wulan Suci Maria

    Quite dry book, but okay to read. Sharing My Key Take Out for you all here: 1. Brain is universal, everyone is given the exact structure, despite of the nationality. Therefore, human response towards an event is predictable 2. Positive Thinking is key to success and happiness. What we think/ perceive about ourself will eventually become reality, so always think positive and be optimist. Never let negative thing and situation take over the brain control 3. Front Cortex works both conciously and unc Quite dry book, but okay to read. Sharing My Key Take Out for you all here: 1. Brain is universal, everyone is given the exact structure, despite of the nationality. Therefore, human response towards an event is predictable 2. Positive Thinking is key to success and happiness. What we think/ perceive about ourself will eventually become reality, so always think positive and be optimist. Never let negative thing and situation take over the brain control 3. Front Cortex works both conciously and unconciously, it can restores as much as knowledge, and very advisable for us to keep learning and store lots of knowledge, because this part will help to take right decission in any situation 4. Change is very hard for the brain, as it requires huge energy for brain to adapt. To ease the brain, we need to split the changes into small pieces, understand clearly the objective of each pieces, and know where is the final destination of each pieces. 5. Ambiguity is less receptive than calculated risk, therefore need to be very clear in everything we want, do, and request

  3. 4 out of 5

    Coco Eunkyung

    An attempt to pull in known brain’s functioning with coaching tips. The psychological knowledge referenced in this books might not be entirely new and fresh but the way the insights were organised was quite useful. One interesting bit of advice on advice-giving I wrote down from the book: Advice, although it demonstrates the competency in the leader, may in fact restrict and not hard that competency. This is because brain imaging show when advice is given, it “offloads” the value decision options An attempt to pull in known brain’s functioning with coaching tips. The psychological knowledge referenced in this books might not be entirely new and fresh but the way the insights were organised was quite useful. One interesting bit of advice on advice-giving I wrote down from the book: Advice, although it demonstrates the competency in the leader, may in fact restrict and not hard that competency. This is because brain imaging show when advice is given, it “offloads” the value decision options from the listener’s brain so that there are no correlations between brain activation and attributed value when advice is given, as compared to when it is not given. Furthermore, “probability weighting” brain regions activate more flatly when advice was given compared to when it was not.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Odalys Diaz

    So dry

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marcia Ruben

    While well intentioned, I do not believe that this author is well grounded in business or executive coaching. I am disappointed.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Still reading....

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jack

    Some sensible ideas for dealing with people all wrapped up in neuroscience jargon. Got repetitive after a while. The diagrams were pretty awful.

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    Mandeep

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