Summary of The Neuroscience of Strategic Leadership
Research shows how leaders can take the high road less traveled.
How do you cultivate the ability to make better decisions? Research suggests that it’s all in your head.
What if you could change your results in life by harnessing the power of your thoughts? If you go to work feeling anxious, come home irritated and are often left out of important workplace decisions, the problem may lie within. Jeffrey Schwartz, Josie Thomson and Art Kleiner teach you the power of mindfulness, “mentalizing” and “self-directed neuroplasticity.” The authors advocate for daily meditation sessions and teach you how to make changes to your behavior patterns. getAbstract recommends this summary to people with an interest in optimizing their most valuable resource: brain power.
In this summary, you will learn
- How the brain develops habitual ways of thinking,
- Which features characterize “High Road” thinking and “Low Road” thinking, and
- How you can engage in “self-directed neuroplasticity.”
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