David Rock, co-founder of the Neuroleadership Institute, shows how fMRI scans are proving that many of our beliefs about human motivation are wrong, and why the implications for our organizations and our leadership could be profound. From Fortune magazine.
“Understanding the impact your actions have on those you work with or lead is a critical skill in the new workplace. You can’t adjust your actions to communicate what you intend without self-awareness.”
“If managing corporate culture isn’t already at the top of your CEO to-do list, it should be.” Lessons from Jon Kispert, CEO of Spansion, on Bloomberg Businessweek.
Research on teams, particularly creative ones, suggests that the best teams might temporary. David Burkus considers the evidence in Harvard Business Online.
Over the past 35 years, Ram Charan has helped some of the world’s top leaders and teams work through their toughest challenges. In this interview, he talks with Harvard Business Review about what he’s learned in the process.