More than 200 CEOs have agreed to put societal values ahead of profits. Here's why brain science says this is a move in the right direction.
By using growth mindset, we can give performance reviews that are more accurate, less threatening, and support our team members to develop and succeed.
A keynote session at this year's NeuroLeadership Summit explores the social domains that can either motivate us to perform or cause us to recede in threat.
The science of growth mindset can help teams communicate more effectively, deliver better feedback, and see greater results from feedback conversations.
Research has shown that leaders can improve multiple aspects of performance management by helping their teams to build a growth mindset.
Growth mindset is instrumental for creating the right performance management, as it builds resilience in people and helps them embrace challenges.
Reframing a common question around transformation may help leaders reduce the sense of threat often provoked by major change.
The SCARF® Model is a handy, science-backed way for leaders to increase their employees' intrinsic motivation and engagement at work.
With a continued focus on growth and key leadership principles, HP has managed to dominate its market and see huge gains in engagement.
Exhaustive lists of leadership principles burden the brain, making them hard to remember and nearly impossible to weave into the larger culture.