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Time for a new science of leadership? by David Rock

August 26, 2011

Dr. David Rock, author of Your Brain At Work and consultant who coined the term NeuroLeadership, will be presenting a live broadcast on October 3, 2011 on Strategies to Overcome Distraction, Regaining Focus, and Working Smarter All Day Long as part of the Linkage Thought Leader Series.

On March 10, 2011 Psychology Today posted “The Neuroscience of Leadership” published by Dr. David Rock in Your Brain at Work. Here is a excerpt:

This situation is good for the publishing industry – an Amazon search shows 60,352 books in the ‘leadership’ category – but there are still huge gaps in our understanding of leadership. We still don’t know if it’s more about traits, attributes and competencies, or about what followers need. Leadership development still involves a lot of guesswork. As a result, organizations don’t have enough good leaders, and some of the leaders we have do some pretty unintelligent things (like betting the housing market will go up forever.)

To read the full blog post, click here.

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